Beyoncé is rumoured to be preparing to announce a new tour and new album. Said to be inspired by the birth of her twins, Beyoncé is ready to release new music and potentially a tour in 2018. Find out about a potential 2018 Beyoncé tour and hospitality first by signing up to Villiers mailing list today!
Beyoncé’s last album, Lemonade was heartfelt and raw as Beyoncé addressed her relationship with her husband Jay-Z amidst cheating rumours. Jay-Z’s recent 4:44 album takes ownership over his mistakes, as he apologises saying, “a man that don’t take care of his family can’t be rich.” Given the entangled nature of Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s albums, it seems likely they may tour together in 2018.
A Beyoncé and Jay-Z tour in 2018 would be one of their most personal and introspective tours to date. As these cultural icons stand together once again and share with the crowds the intimate details of their relationship.
In 2016, Beyoncé’s Formation World Tour was made up of the biggest stadiums around the world, as well as the prestigious spot at the Super Bowl 50 halftime. Beyoncé’s Formation World Tour received rave reviews, praising the impressive vocals and production values as Beyoncé promoted her hit album Lemonade.
Should Beyoncé tour in 2018, she would likely perform at London’s Wembley Stadium, Manchester’s Etihad Stadium, Glasgow’s Hampden Park, Cardiff’s Principality Stadium, Dublin’s Croke Park and Sunderland’s Stadium of Light. A similar tour of stadium venues across the UK to her Formation World Tour. Imagine watching Beyoncé and Jay-Z perform together again 2018, it would certainly be an unforgettable evening.
Beyoncé is also rumoured to be in talks to record the theme song for the next James Bond theme song, a high honour that Adele and Sam Smith have previously contributed a hit to. Beyoncé is working on a secret project with Laverne Cox, star of Orange is the New Black and well known trans activist. Whether this will be a music collaboration however is still unknown.
Beyoncé will headline at Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in 2018, Beyoncé is the second ever female headliner since the festival opened in 1995. Such is her standing as a global superstar, there is no stage too big for Queen of pop Beyoncé. From her performance at Coachella, Beyoncé may choose to launch a new tour in 2018.
Imagine watching Beyoncé and Jay-Z perform in 2018 from your very own private box at one of the vast UK stadiums. Villiers offers hospitality for the biggest concerts of the year, including Wembley Stadium hospitality and private boxes, find out more.
Jay-Z’s headlining performance at V Festival suggests he may bring his 4:44 tour to the UK in 2018, but will Beyoncé tour with him? Find out about a Beyoncé and Jay-Z tour in 2018 by signing up to the Villiers mailing list today.BACK TO OUR JOURNAL