Belgian Beyonce fans were left disappointed as the “Single Ladies” superstar canceled her May 14th concert at the Sportpaleis in Antwerp. The Associated Press reported that Beyonce’s doctors diagnosed her with dehydration and exhaustion and told her to rest instead of taking the stage in support of her Mrs. Carter world tour. Since that announcement was made, the rumor mill has been working overtime, saying that the “Crazy in Love” singer is pregnant with her and Jay-Z’s second child. Whether Blue Ivy is going to become a big sister any time soon remains to be seen. For now, we hope Beyonce feels better before the U.S. leg of her tour kicks off on June 28th at the Staples Center in LA.
This is not a drill: Beyoncé is heading on tour.
On Wednesday, the superstar singer announced her eagerly awaited “Renaissance World Tour” is coming with a post on her verified Instagram account. On her official site, she states that the tour will kick off in Stockholm, Sweden, in May and span Europe before hitting Philadelphia in July. Currently, the tour concludes in New Orleans at Caesars Superdome in September. A tour announcement for Beyoncé’s seventh album, “Renaissance,” was long anticipated by her devoted fan base, the Bey Hive. In 2018, she and her husband, rapper Jay-Z, toured 48 cities across North America and Europe as part of the “On the Run II” tour.