Tickets for these dates of Beyoncé's tour are now on sale: What fans need to know
Tickets to the first of three groupings of Beyoncé's Renaissance World Tour dates went on sale Monday and, not surprisingly, are doing brisk business for the Grammy legend.
In fact, her first show – May 10 in Stockholm, Sweden – sold out Tuesday, prompting the singer to add an additional Stockholm show on May 11.
Back in the U.S., staggering on-sale dates have prevented ticket sale meltdowns (so far anyway) as experienced when Taylor Swift put her tour tickets up for grabs last year.
Queen Bey, who Sunday night became the all-time Grammy champion, announced her tour last week and immediately saw fan demand exceed the number of tickets by 800%.
Group A tickets are now on sale. If you're in Groups B and C, there's still some time to get a seat to what promises to be one of the hottest tours in years.
Here's our detailed look on how to get tickets. For the latest timing details, visit Ticketmaster and find the event info for your desired date and city.
Here's what else fans should know:
How much are Beyoncé tickets?
USA TODAY found face-value ticket prices that ranged from $62 and up. Club Renaissance tickets were closer to $1,000, and some floor seats were $300 and bowl seats were around $500. Ticket prices will vary according to city and venue.
Many artists have begun to give concert promoters the OK to make a portion of each show's best seats subject to Dynamic Pricing, which is an attempt to match demand with the supply of premium seats.
The end result can sometimes be prices that far exceed original face value, as some fans of Bruce Springsteen found when dynamically priced seats for his tour cost upwards of $4,000. Only about 12% of Springsteen tickets were sold this way, his management reported.
When are Group B and C ticket sales?
Beyoncé put tickets for her U.S. tour dates on sale in three groups: A, B and C. Here are the dates and deadlines for the next round of ticket sales.
The deadline to sign up for the various programs for Group B cities ends Feb. 9 at 11:59 p.m. local time. Group B cities are:
Minneapolis (Huntington Bank Stadium, July 20)
Boston (Gillette Stadium, Aug. 1)
Tampa (Raymond James Stadium, Aug. 16)
Miami (Hard Rock Stadium, Aug. 18)
San Francisco (Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., Aug. 30)
Seattle (Lumen Field, Sept. 13)
Dallas (AT&T Stadium, Sept. 21)
BeyHive Verified Fan Presale: Feb. 13. Citi Verified Fan Presale is between 10 a.m. Feb. 14 and 6 p.m. and Feb. 15 local time. Verizon Up Presale is between 10 a.m. Feb. 16 and 6 p.m. Feb. 17 local time. And Ticketmaster Verified Fan Onsale is Feb. 18.
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The deadline to sign up for the various programs for Group C cities ends Feb. 16 at 11:59 p.m. local time. Group C cities are:
Philadelphia (Lincoln Financial Field, July 12)
Nashville (Nissan Stadium, July 15)
Louisville (L&N Federal Credit Union Stadium, July 17)
Detroit (Ford Field, July 26)
Pittsburgh (Acrisure Stadium, Aug. 3)
Charlotte, N.C. (Bank of America Stadium, Aug. 9)
St. Louis (Dome at America's Center, Aug. 21)
Phoenix (State Farm Stadium, Aug. 24)
Kansas City (GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium, Sept. 18)
New Orleans (Caesars Superdome, Sept. 27)
BeyHive Verified Fan Presale: Feb. 20. Citi Verified Fan Presale is between 10 a.m. Feb. 21 and 6 p.m. and Feb. 22, local time. Verizon Up Presale is between 10 a.m. Feb. 23 and 6 p.m. Feb. 24 local time. And Ticketmaster Verified Fan Onsale is Feb. 25.
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