Beyoncé Walks Off Stage During Renaissance Tour Stop In Arizona After Sound ‘Goes Mute’

Beyoncé has enjoyed a successful “Renaissance,” but a recent performance in Arizona ran into trouble when the sound “went mute” for an excessively extended period of time. On Thursday, August 24, the former Destiny’s Child frontwoman performed her most recent show on the tour in the Phoenix suburb of Glendale, Arizona.

Unfortunately, for around ten minutes during a performance of “Alien Superstar,” the sound failed, causing the Queen Bey to leave the stage. After roughly ten minutes, the sound was restored, and Beyonce once more appeared on the State Farm Stadium stage, much to the relief of the fans who had been growing worried.

Despite the sound gaffe, Beyoncé’s Renaissance tour has been a huge success for the superstar, with numerous famous visitors stopping by. Most recently, 21 Savage showed that he is capable of more than just spitting bars in the studio by letting his singing voice be heard during Beyoncé’s recent Renaissance Tour stop.

On August 11, Queen B performed in Atlanta at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. The ATL rap artist turned to Instagram Stories to share his excitement about seeing one of the best performers in music history. Quavo visited Beyoncé’s Atlanta tour stop as well, but he opted to showcase his bartending abilities rather than his rapping abilities.

On August 12, the rapper from Rocket Power visited the Mercedes-Benz Arena during the Atlanta, Georgia, stop of the Renaissance tour.

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