Beyonce’s Renowned World Tour Takes the Crown as the Most Profitable Female Artist Tour Ever, Celebrated with a Series of Instagram Posts

Beyoncé concluded her historic Renaissance World Tour at Geha Field At Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri on October 1. After taking some time off to relax, the pop superstar shared several photos of her performances during the global tour that began on May 10 in Stockholm, Sweden, on Instagram. She also gave a shout-out to Megan Thee Stallion for performing with her in their shared hometown of Houston, Texas, a few weeks ago. In one of three posts on the social media platform, Beyoncé shared images of models wearing items from her Ivy Park athleisure clothing line, along with photos of her performance in Kansas City. She expressed her excitement about designing and wearing the final drop of Ivy Park in collaboration with Adidas on the final show of the Renaissance World Tour. The final drop, called IVY NOIR, will be available on October 12. With total revenue of $579 million, the Renaissance World Tour is now officially the highest-grossing tour by a female artist of all time.

Monumental: Beyoncé, 42, marked the end of her historic Renaissance World Tour by sharing three different series of Instagram post, many of which were shot during the last performance in Kansas City, Missouri

Beyoncé, the legendary singer aged 42 years, celebrated the conclusion of her Renaissance World Tour in a grand way. She treated her fans with a plethora of Instagram posts that showcased three unique series of pictures. These images were mostly captured during her final performance in Kansas City, Missouri.

In the cover photo, Queen Bey was captured in a powerful pose on stage in Kansas City, sporting an Adidas Ivy Park jacket over her black bodysuit alongside her backup dancers. She paired this with thigh-high boots, futuristic mirrored sunglasses, and long black gloves that perfectly matched her outfit.
Another photo showed Beyoncé strutting across the stage without the jacket, revealing that her bodysuit had a short train. Her dyed blonde hair flowed straight down to her waistline, parted in the middle, and looked stunning.
Five more photos featured the live debut of the Savage Remix, a collaboration between Beyoncé and Megan Thee Stallion that topped the Billboard Hot 100 on May 26, 2020. The two singers wore matching green camouflage outfits during their time on stage together, showcasing their unity during the Renaissance World Tour.

Cross promotion: Queen Bey made a mention of feeling 'great to design and wear the final Ivy Park drop on the final show of the Renaissance World Tour'

The practice of cross-promotion was evident when Queen Bey expressed her excitement about designing and sporting the ultimate Ivy Park release during the closing performance of the Renaissance World Tour.

Sexy and chic: The pop superstar could be seen strutting her stuff in a black bodysuit during one portion of the tour that started back on May 10 in Stockholm, Sweden

Looking sultry and stylish: The famous pop icon was spotted flaunting her curves in a sleek black bodysuit while performing on her latest tour that kicked off on May 10th in Stockholm, Sweden.

Promo mode: The Ivy Park founder also promoted the jacket from her athleisure clothing line that she wore during the Renaissance World Tour

During the Renaissance World Tour, the creator of Ivy Park also showcased a jacket from her athleisure collection.

The pop superstar began the tour in Stockholm, Sweden on May 10

The famous music icon kicked off their tour on May 10th in the beautiful city of Stockholm, located in Sweden.

Promo mode: Queen Bey would promote Ivy Park a second time with a shot of a model wearing a jacket from the athleisure clothing line

In promotional mode, Beyoncé would showcase Ivy Park once again by featuring a picture of a model sporting one of the jackets from the athletic and leisurewear collection.

Stage look: The bodysuit was matched with full-length gloves and thigh-high boots

Appearance on stage: The full-length gloves and thigh-high boots were paired with a bodysuit.

Sexy: A model could also be seen in another all-black ensemble in the post

The post features a model sporting an all-black outfit that exudes an air of sexiness.

Global trek: The Kansas City show was the 56th date of the tour that spanned 39 cities and 17 countries

Our adventure around the world continues! We recently hit up Kansas City for our 56th show on this epic tour that has taken us to 39 cities and 17 different countries. It’s been an incredible journey so far, and we can’t wait to see where this global trek takes us next!

Making the rounds: The Renaissance World Tour lasted just over four months

Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour was a hit, lasting just a little over four months. In the last few pictures taken, Beyoncé could be seen posing backstage in Kansas City, wearing a green and brown attire that included a body suit and hooded coat that trailed for several feet behind her. The ensemble also had matching thigh-high boots and a wide-brim hat that she wore during certain segments of her show. She was even photographed while performing with her dancers during the final performance of the tour. With a total of 56 dates across 39 cities and 17 countries, the tour attracted more than 2.7 million fans.

H Town ladies: Beyoncé also gave a shout-out to Megan Thee Stallion for sharing the stage with her in their shared hometown of Houston, Texas . a couple of weeks ago

Hey ladies from H Town! Did you hear that Beyoncé recently gave a shout-out to Megan Thee Stallion for performing with her in their hometown of Houston, Texas a few weeks back? It’s great to see two talented female artists coming together and representing their city.

H-towners: In a show of unity, Megan and Beyoncé wore the matching green camouflage ensembles

Folks from Houston: Megan and Beyoncé made a statement by donning the same green camo outfits as a symbol of solidarity.

Savage performance: Beyoncé and Megan performed their Savage Remix, which went to number one in May, in their hometown of Houston, Texas

Beyoncé and Megan delivered an outstanding performance of their Savage Remix in the very heart of their hometown, Houston, Texas. This iconic collaboration had already reached number one back in May.

Flying high: The former Destiny's Child star had

a delightful experience soaring in the skies.

Beyoncé, the ex-Destiny’s Child member, had a wonderful time flying above the clouds.

Revealing: The Queen Bey would also pose in another of her onstage ensembles

Surprising: In addition to her performance outfit, Beyoncé also decided to showcase another ensemble she wore while on stage.

Working it: The onstage outfit consisted of a bodysuit, long draping coat, thigh-high boots, gloves, and a hat

Getting the look: To perform on stage, the attire included a one-piece suit, a flowing coat that reached down to the floor, boots that hugged the thighs, gloves, and a stylish hat.

Matching: The back-up dancers were also decked out in the same green and brown pattern

The backup performers were dressed in matching green and brown patterned outfits as well.

All the stops: The Crazy In Love star used all kinds of props during her world tour

Throughout her global concert series, the famous singer Crazy In Love utilized an array of diverse props during each performance.

Historic: At a gross of $579 million in gross revenue, Renaissance now has the distinction of being the highest-grossing tour by a female artist of all time

Exciting news! Renaissance has made history by earning a whopping $579 million in revenue, making it the most successful tour ever by a female artist.

Big screen version: A documentary of the Renaissance World Tour, dubbed Renaissance: A Film By Beyoncé, is also set to premiere in theaters on December 1

Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour documentary, named Renaissance: A Film By Beyoncé, is scheduled to release in cinemas on December 1st.

With a phenomenal gross revenue of $579 million, the Renaissance tour has earned the title of the highest-grossing tour by a female artist ever. In addition, it has secured its place as the seventh highest-grossing tour in history, with Elton John’s Farewell Yellow Brick Tour taking the number one spot with a whopping $939 million in receipts. The much-awaited documentary of the tour, called Renaissance: A Film By Beyoncé, is scheduled to premiere in theaters on December 1. According to The New York Times, the tour is expected to provide a significant boost of $4.5 billion to the American economy, similar to what the 2008 Summer Olympics did for Beijing, China.

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