Why Beyoncé just cancelled a stop on her Renaissance Tour

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Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour will not be stopping in Pittsburgh next month. The venue for the show has confirmed that the show has been cancelled.

“Due to production logistics and scheduling issues,” Acrisure Stadium tweeted on July 5, “the RENAISSANCE WORLD TOUR stop in Pittsburgh on August 3 will not be happening.” Refunds will be given directly at the point of sale. If you have any questions or problems about your ticket order, you should contact the place where you bought them.”

The singer of “Break My Soul” hasn’t said anything about the cancellation yet, and her representatives haven’t responded to E! News’ request for comment.

Beyoncé’s tour website no longer lists the Pittsburgh show. Instead, the singer is scheduled to perform in Boston on August 1 and then go straight to Washington D.C. for two shows on August 5 and 6.

Beyoncé’s Renaissance Tour Looks
Pittsburgh was one of many stops on Queen Bey’s U.S. part of her worldwide Renaissance tour, which began in Stockholm, Sweden, in May.

Some lucky fans have already seen Blue Ivy Carter, Beyonce and Jay-Z’s oldest daughter, perform as a special guest. There will surely be many famous moments during the whole tour.

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At the Renaissance tour stop in Paris on May 26, a fan took video of the 11-year-old girl taking the stage with her mum. Even though it was Blue Ivy’s first time on stage during this tour, she didn’t miss a step.

In the video, she is wearing a sparkly silver outfit like her mom and dancing to “My Power” from The Lion King: The Gift, the 2019 record that went with the live-action Disney movie.Blue was then given a moment to shine on her own. She strutted down the stage while Beyoncé’s dancers followed behind her.

With parents like Beyoncé and Jay-Z, no one should be surprised by Blue’s abilities. Tina Knowles, who is her grandma, is very proud of everything she has done.

“You can sing, dance, play basketball, volleyball, paint, draw, sculpt, sew, write poems, write songs, create, act, and play the piano! Tina wrote, “I could go on and on,” for Blue Ivy’s 11th birthday in January. “Because there’s nothing you really can’t do. You are funny, pretty, elegant, kind, and very smart. Ms Blue Ivy Carter, I couldn’t have asked for a better granddaughter!”

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