Beyoncé’s Renaissance Tour film finally hits Spanish cinemas

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Just a week ago we were celebrating in style the 10th anniversary of one of the most surprising albums in the musical career of Beyonce and 7 days later we do the same with the arrival, finally, of the film Renaissance Tour in Spanish cinemas.

The American interpreter has remembered our country in the preview of her premiere. A trailer for this documentary film that collects the best moments of some of her many concerts spread around the world in which she presented her most recent studio album.

The trailer seemed to refer to new concert dates for 2024 but unfortunately for everyone we will not be able to enjoy their live music again for a while (probably): “Okay, okay, they didn’t have to What to break my website. But I already told you that the Renaissance was not over” Beyoncé is heard while some spectacular images of her concerts appear.

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Renaissance: a film by Beyoncé is the feature film that reviews the pre-production, production and realization of the pop diva’s last world tour. The soloist is very aware of the position she is in and the moment she is experiencing in her career. “I have nothing to prove to anyone at this point. We are creating our own world. And this is my reward… Nobody can take it away from me,” he adds in reference to the aesthetic so marked and so followed by his fans, through of the dress code, in all corners of the world.

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Written, directed and produced by the singer, the film shows what was seen and what was not seen of the Renaissance World Tour, a tour focused on the seventh studio album of her career that bears the same name and that has become one of the most profitable in history. In fact, the film has also had notable figures close to 25 million dollars on its release date.

Special guests on this film (and who could not be missed): Jay-Z and his three children, Blue Ivy, Rumi and Sir Carter. The film features special appearances by Diana Ross, Megan Thee Stallion and Kendrick Lamar. “Renaissance: A Film Made by Beyoncé traces the journey of the Renaissance World Tour, from its beginning, at the tour opener in Stockholm, Sweden, to the end in Kansas City. It discusses Beyoncé’s intention, hard work, her interventions in “Every detail of the production, her creativity and her purpose to create her own legacy and master her profession. Received with great acclaim, Beyoncé’s Renaissance tour has created a sanctuary for freedom and joy for more than 2.7 million fans.” , you can read in the description of the trailer on YouTube.

With this tour, Queen B has traveled halfway around the world from the beginning of May to the end of September. With 41 concerts behind her and 12 countries visited, Beyoncé has become the female artist with the most successful tour in the world thanks to her Renaissance World Tour. With this tour, the Single Ladies singer has managed to raise more than 461 million dollars, about 412 million euros in exchange.


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