Beyoncé will no longer visit Pittsburgh’s Acrisure Stadium, which will host her massive “Renaissance” tour next month.
The stadium confirmed the news via social media on Wednesday, explaining that the show was canceled “due to production logistics and schedule issues.” Two more stops in Seattle and Kansas City have been delayed, Seattle’s delay is just one day after the original date, and the Kansas show has changed from September 2. 18 – 1 October.
Both venues showed the same planning and production issues for the move.
Fans gathered online to discuss the canceled Pittsburgh history. to express Disappointed that the last minute announcement left them with very limited options to find replacement tickets on expensive resale sites.
Pittsburgh concert-goers can try to attend dates in Philadelphia or East Rutherford, but both shows have sold out or a small batch of tickets remain. Refunds for the Pittsburgh show will be made automatically at the point of purchase.
Variation reached out to Beyoncé’s representatives and Acrisure Stadium for additional information.
The “Renaissance” world tour kicked off in Stockholm, Sweden, early this May and visited stadiums and arenas across Europe until the end of June. The North American leg of the tour is scheduled to begin July 8 at Rogers Center in Toronto and will now conclude in Kansas City instead of New Orleans due to a schedule change.