Beyhive Met With Pre-sale Tickets For Beyoncé’s Renaissance Tour Costing Up To $7,000
Queen Bee’s renaissance tour pre-sale tickets are out, causing some frenzy and traffic online. Some BeyHive fans are seriously considering how far they would go to see the Grammys’ reigning queen live after learning the cost of Beyoncé’s tickets for Toronto and Vancouver.
With an iconic image of her astride a bejeweled horse, the “Break My Soul” singer unveiled her eagerly awaited Renaissance World Tour last week.
In addition to Vancouver’s BC Place, she will perform three times at Toronto’s Rogers Centre, as Canada was included in her world tour plans.
On Monday, ticket prices were revealed to fans registering for the BeyHive Pre-sale. The demand was extremely high, as was to be expected, and as they passed the line, they were greeted by some expensive tickets.
According to Sources, the cheapest seats in Vancouver were listed for $176. Tickets cost $1,097.48 to stand up close to the front on the dance floor. VIP packages ranged in price from $2,000 to $5,000.
I promise I love my good sis Beyoncé but is Jesus coming with her for these prices in Vancouver 😳😳😳😳😩😩😩😩 #CLUBRENAISSANCE #beyoncetickets #Beyonce pic.twitter.com/FYOCRtJzCk
— BeyNika (@NikaAngel03) February 6, 2023
Someone posted a screenshot of a VIP ticket that was above $7,100 in price on Twitter.
im. #beyonce #beyoncevancouver #vancouver #RENAISSANCEWorldTour pic.twitter.com/HroJHkVP1k
— gzzn (@gianle23) February 6, 2023
There are two scheduled performances in Toronto, but tickets weren’t cheap.
In Toronto, Sources spotted one ticket for $197. Tickets were going for $2,079.60 for standing space, which is only available to BeyHive VIPs.The most expensive ticket is $5,305.
Although some fans could get tickets for around $100, as one user on Twitter noted, they soon saw prices were sunrise the cost of living is a problem for many people. Thus Americans have the same concerns as Canadian fans about why tickets are so expensive.
There are already a lot of people reselling Canadian event tickets on Twitter. However, it’s unknown how much it will cost people waiting to get tickets when the sale is open, considering how much the cost of tickets has jumped in only a few hours.