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Queen Bey is giving us exactly what we need. Beyoncé just announced that her highly anticipated Renaissance World Tour will take place this year. She shared the news on Instagram and posted a comprehensive list of 41 dates and locations on her official website.

It all will kick off in Stockholm on May 10, before moving across Europe, to Canada and North America, before concluding on Sept. 27 at Caesars Superdome in New Orleans. Renaissance World Tour will have a mix of both stadium and arena performances.

The exciting announcement comes just ahead of the 2023 Grammy Awards, which will take place on Feb. 5, where Beyoncé will give her husband Jay-Z a run for his money as the most-nominated artist. The “Alien Superstar” singer has garnered nine nominations this year off her seventh studio album, Renaissance — making her an 88-time nominee.

The “Break My Soul” singer recently returned to the stage after a four-year hiatus in quintessentially theatrical fashion at the new Atlantis the Royal Resort in Palm Jumeriah, Dubai on Jan. 21.

The songstress appeared with her extravagant entourage of background dancers, and the 48-member troupe of the all-female Dubaian orchestra Firdaus. Beyoncé sang the night away with some of her greatest hits, such as “Crazy in Love,” “Halo” and “Drunk in Love.”

She also paid homage to the iconic Algerian singer Warda as her hit song “Batwanes Beek” played, and recreated her performance at President Obama’s 2015 inauguration, singing Etta James’s “At Last.” Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s 11-year-old daughter Blue Ivy also made an appearance on stage, along with the Lebanese dance group and winners of America’s Got Talent, Mayyas.

The 2023 Renaissance World Tour will mark Beyoncé’s first tour since her 2018 On the Run II Tour alongside Jay-Z, which celebrated their collaborative record Everything Is Love. Before this, her last solo headlining tour was the Formation World Tour, which took place in 2016 with music from her beloved album Lemonade.

Beyoncé dropped her first solo album in six years on July 29, with 16-tracks chock full of joyful and electrifying house music, paying homage to disco and queer club culture, and becoming the soundtrack of the summer.

While we spend all of our money on concert tickets, we’ll be rooting for Beyoncé to take home the gold at this year’s Grammy Awards.