Beyoncé has just kicked off her ‘Renaissance World Tour’, and let me tell you, the beehive is going absolutely bonkers over the high-tech and special effects that have me asking when? where? And how do I get to one of these shows?
‘Renaissance’ is Beyoncé’s latest album, six years after ‘Lemonade’ in 2016. Her latest bangers include dance, disco and a futuristic vibe that you know is going to be spectacular during her world tour.
Beyonce flew from the stage on a disco horse as she closed her first 'Renaissance' concert.
As well as the horse - which was first seen on the album cover for 'Summer Renaissance' - Beyonce also made use of a pair of robotic arms while she sang 'COZY' from her latest album.
Other props that were used throughout the night include a disco ball, a floating disco horse and robotic arms with UV lights that transformed Beyoncé’s dress from a plain to a coloured outfit instantly.
With no opening act, Beyonce kicked off the show by treating fans to a selection of songs she doesn't often perform live, including 'Dangerously in Love' - which she hasn't sang on stage since 2009 - 'Flaws and All', and 'I Care', as well as a cover of Mary J. Blige's 'I'm Goin' Down'.
The futuristic 'Renaissance' section saw her perform the album in full and she also played a selection of her biggest hits throughout her career, including 'Drunk In Love', 'Formation', 'Love on Top' and 'Crazy In Love', as well as featuring mash-ups and interludes of tracks by a string of other artists, including Kendrick Lamar's 'Alright', Britney Spears' 'Toxic', Jackson 5's 'I Want You Back', and Nina Sky's 'Move Ya Body'.