Beyoncé Adds Third Set of Shows in Los Angeles, Las Vegas and Atlanta — How To Get Tickets If You’ve Been Waitlisted

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Beyoncé has added a third concert date in Los Angeles (Sept. 4), Las Vegas (Aug. 27) and Atlanta (Aug. 14). The Queen Bey is beloved by all and we really hope she continues to add more shows because unfortunately, even with the addition of these new Beyoncé concerts, a lot of fans will still be sh*t out of luck.

Like fellow icon Madonna, whose first set of tour dates sold-out quickly, more shows were added through January 2024 rounding out to six concerts in Los Angeles! Here’s hoping Bey does something similar. So far, Beyoncé has three shows in Los Angeles at SoFi Stadium scheduled for Friday, Sept. 1, Saturday, Sept. 2 and Monday, Sept. 4.


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How To Get Tickets to Beyoncé’s New Shows?

If you signed up for Beyoncé’s Verified Fan presale, all you have to do is be patient and maybe wish upon a star! Unique access codes will be sent to Verified Fans who were previously waitlisted and did not receive a code for these cities during the BeyHive and Citi Verified Fan Presales, and Verified Fan on sale (as determined by a lottery-style selection.)

But don’t get your hopes up too high! Receiving a Beyoncé presale code doesn’t guarantee tickets. You still gotta make it through the queue, select your tickets and hope and pray you buy them before someone else does! Demand is still expected to exceed supply!


When Will I Receive The Beyoncé Access Code?

The new Beyoncé shows will go on sale this week alongside the Group B schedule:

  • BeyHive Verified Fan Presale on Monday, Feb. 13
  • Citi Verified Fan Presale on Tuesday, Feb. 14
  • Verified Fan Onsale on Saturday, Feb. 18

Fans will be notified if they’re getting a unique access code the night prior to their sale. Tickets are sold on a first-come, first-served basis, and remember — receiving a code does not guarantee tickets.

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How Much Are Beyoncé Tickets?

Tickets to Beyoncé’s upcoming Renaissance Tour vary on city and venue. Below are examples of how much fans paid for tickets to Beyoncé. All Beyoncé ticket prices were sourced from Reddit and Twitter.

For Los Angeles fans wanting to attend Beyoncé’s shows at SoFi Stadium, expect to pay anywhere from $76- $166 for the 500s section (if you’re quick to the draw), $246 for the 200s section and so on! Don’t forget to calculate Ticketmaster’s absorbent service fees [eye roll].

“Chicago Show floor tickets are $620, mid level tickets $430.”


“The toronto presale is going on right now for the Saturday show.. absolutely insane prices. Highest up section, mid row, $435/person.”

“Metlife Stadium in New Jersey. Paid $501 each for 100s section. And like others said, the prices kept going up.”

“Front row in Los Angeles were 4k a seat( vip packages) but still. Paid 1k after fees for a 3rd row 100 lvl seat”

“it was wild!! Like the floor seats for. MBenz was just a little over $500 and then skyrocketed to over $1200!! 😱 But amazingly Club seats stayed available and they were $701. This is my first Bey concert and I’m happy to even be there. I even got kicked out while placing my order!🤯😱😩 But I was able to join the queue again with only 7 ppl in front of me.”


What Are Those Official Platinum Tickets?

If you’re seeing very expensive tickets that are not VIP, those are official platinum tickets. These tickets are very expensive and are offered well over the standard ticket price. They’re the kind of ticket pricing that are unfair to fans. The Event Organizer has priced these tickets according to their market value. In other words, the ticket pricing can go up or down, and it usually goes up. 


Pro Tips For Securing Beyoncé Tickets

This is only for fans who have been confirmed for a Verified Fan presale and have received a unique presale code.

First, select your desired Beyoncé tour date and save/bookmark the ticket page for quick access for when it’s your turn to buy tickets. 

The day of the presale or general on sale (whichever you prefer), login to your Ticketmaster account (go to my account in upper right corner) at least 15 minutes ahead of the presale time. If you don’t have one, create one now. Be sure to add your billing info (aka credit card info) for a quick check-out. 


Once the presale starts, remain in the digital queue. Don’t refresh you page, do be patient, don’t leave your page, do get those Beyoncé tickets! Remember, being too picky with your seat selection can cause you to lose your opportunity to purchase tickets. For every seat you’re eye-ing, 100s if not 1000s of other fans are too. With tours like Beyoncé it’s a game of chance, and luck.

With that said, good luck Beyoncé fans! We truly hope “tickets get into the hands of fans” and not scalpers, bots and online resellers. So far, Ticketmaster has improved the way fans go through the Verified Fan process, I mean, after the whole Taylor Swift sh*t show, they better! But they still haven’t changed their fees, nor done away with the very unfair practice of Dynamic Pricing (or at least add a cap for it).


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