Beyoncé show in Belgium sold out, Ticketmaster launches waiting list
All 50,000 tickets for Beyoncé's performance at the King Baudouin Stadium in the Belgian capital Brussels have sold out, entertainment company Live Nation announced about an hour after tickets went on sale. Ticketmaster has set up a waiting list for fans who were unable to get tickets.
Live Nation could not disclose exactly how quickly tickets for Beyoncé's show in Belgium on 14 May sold out. Sales began at 10 am on Friday morning and the concert was sold out about an hour later.
Members of the Beyhive, the singer's official fan club, and fans who had already registered on Live Nation's website were able to buy tickets in a pre-sale earlier this week. The entertainment company did not release figures on how many tickets were sold during the pre-sale.
The Brussels show is part of the Renaissance World Tour, Beyoncé's first solo tour in six years. Ticket prices varied from €240,30 to €2685,30.
A waiting list has been opened via Ticketmaster for fans who were unable to get tickets. As tickets become available, they will be offered to those who are registered on the list. Live Nation added that there will be no second concert.
Beyoncé at the 65th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, February 5, 2023 © VALERIE MACON / AFP