Beyonce is reportedly planning to extend her Renaissance World Tour to include Australian tour dates for this November. 

Daily Telegraph has reported that the break my soul singer “is likely to play Sydney’s Allianz Stadium in November”. The publication added that “the Break My Soul singer is firming up dates in the middle of November across Australia.”

Alliance stadium can hold between 35,000 and 45,000 attendees but can only be booked for six concerts a year due to noise restrictions and regulations. Robbie William is booked for one show this year, and Elton John played two shows in January, which means there are three more available slots for the year.

Currently, she’ll be on tour from May until September, which leaves three months in the year to enhance her world tour. The tour is scheduled to visit Europe, the U.K., North America and Canada, however, Australia was notably missing at the time of the announcement.

Ever since the tour announcement last week, Ticketek has had a waitlist titled “Beyoncé in Australia”, which looks very genuine and serious, and lets fans add themselves to a waitlist for any potential Aussie tour leg.

Beyoncé last toured in Australia all the way back in 2013, which would make 2023 the ideal time to return for a massive 10th-anniversary visit.

The world’s biggest stars have slowly been filtering back to these parts post-pandemic – Ed Sheeran and Blink-182 are on their way – and as probably the biggest star of them all, Beyoncé surely wouldn’t want to be left out of the global touring picture.

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Perhaps most hopeful of all, Beyoncé notoriously loves a surprise or three, from record releases to tour news. And her Aussie fans adore her, with her latest album Renaissance reaching number one on the ARIA Albums Chart. So, yes, Beyoncé, please don’t break Aussie souls. Make the Australian leg of the world tour happen. Tone Deaf will keep you updated as soon as anything is announced.

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