If you want to go see Beyoncé next year, be prepared to pay an arm, leg, and vital organ. We made a list of most expensive Beyoncé tickets in every city on the Renaissance World Tour. Re-sell tickets on third party websites are costing more than a hefty down-payment on a car or mortgage.
You may have heard about the ticketing fiasco on Ticketmaster for Taylor Swift’s upcoming tour. If you live under a rock and aren’t aware, Taylor basically broke Ticketmaster’s system when her Era’s tour went on sale last year. Swifties shared stories on social media of waiting in the online queue for 5 or more hours just to leave empty handed. By the time they got through the wait room, there were either no tickets left, or Ticketmaster wouldn’t accept their presale code and crash. Ticketmaster ended up revamping their process when Beyoncé announced her tour.
It was still stressful, but way more successful than Taylor’s sale. It seemed like a lot of actual fans were able to get tickets to Beyoncé. I’m sure it helped that they did the verified fan sale in groups. This helped Ticketmaster handle the amount of people heading to their site to buy tickets at once.
Orlando & The Freakshow talked about it on the show recently. They had a listener point out that it could potentially be cheaper to see Beyoncé in another country, rather in the U.S. for the Renaissance World Tour. Tickets for Queen Bey in Stockholm are around $225, compared to the steep prices of some of the U.S. shows. Of course, that’s just for the ticket prices. You’ll still have to take into account of airfare, hotel costs, food, Ubers, etc.
Not every show for Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour is sold out. You can even still find tickets for the Tampa show. But you can find verified resale tickets on Ticketmaster and Stubhub. For this list, we checked for re-sale tickets on Ticketmaster.