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Beyoncé Reveals Full Credits for Renaissance Tour

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Beyoncé Reveals Full Credits for Renaissance Tour

The exhaustive list includes back-up dancers, carpenters, security, drivers, and even an “automation” team

Just three dates in, Beyoncé has shared the full credits for her ongoing Renaissance World Tour, a massive spectacle that includes a flying disco horse and mechanical arms. The list, published on her website, is an exhaustive look at everyone involved in making this tour happen. In addition to back-up dancers, band members, and audio technicians, the credits also outline the teams handling wardrobe, carpentry, choreography, lighting, video, props, and “automation.” She even shouts out her drivers, caterers, and security – the latter of which includes, yes, fan favorite Julius Deboer. Read the full Renaissance Tour credits at Beyoncé’s website.

The Renaissance World Tour kicked off on May 10 in Stockholm, Sweden with a long setlist. Beyoncé is currently still in the U.K. for the European leg of the tour. Once she flies back to North America this summer, she will perform in Toronto, Philadelphia, Chicago, Atlanta, Las Vegas, Seattle, and Houston, among other cities

Renaissance came out last July. It was Beyoncé’s seventh No. 1 album and won her a handful of Grammy Awards: Best Dance/Electronic Recording, Best Traditional R&B Performance, Best R&B Song, and Best Dance/Electronic Music Album. With those wins, Beyoncé is officially the most decorated artist ever in Grammys history. 

Read why we named the Renaissance World Tour one of “The 57 Most Anticipated Tours of 2023.”

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