Beyoncé has announced a 43-date world tour in support of her acclaimed Renaissance album, including five nights in the UK.
The shows will kick off in Sweden on 10 May, before landing at Cardiff’s Principality stadium a week later.
More UK shows will take place in Edinburgh on 20 May, Sunderland on 23 May and London’s Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on 29 and 30 May.
Ticket demand is expected to be huge for her first solo tour since 2016.
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A series of pre-sales for the star’s UK shows have already began with the general sale expected to begin on Tuesday next week.
In North America, fans are being asked to register for Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan process – which the company says will filter out touts – before ticket pre-sales open on Monday.
Those who have registered will be entered into a “lottery-style process” if demand surpasses the number of available tickets.
Last month, Beyoncé performed her first headlining concert in four years at the opening of a luxury hotel in Dubai, but did not play any of her new material.
She was reportedly paid $24M (Ksh.2,995,200,000) for the show, but faced criticism for performing in a country where homosexuality and gender reassignment are prohibited.
By Stella Anyango