Angry Beyoncé fans: struggle to get tickets for her Renaissance Tour

Pop diva Beyoncé’s Renaissance Tour is coming to Cardiff in May and her fans who didn’t get tickets took to social media platforms to express their disappointment.

Beyoncé’s Renaissance Tour is her first solo show in six years.

Pop diva Beyoncé has announced that she will perform at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff in May and Cardiff pop fans struggled to get tickets.

Cardiff is the first stop in the UK on Beyoncé’s ‘Renaissance’ tour, and it’s also her first time playing in the capital of Welsh since her On The Run tour in 2018. Enthusiasm of the fans was so great that some of her fans who did not get tickets expressed their angry on social media platforms.

“The most horrible buying experience ever,” said Elizabeth, a 23-year-old Beyoncé fan, who was unlucky not to get tickets in this “war” . She was at her computer when tickets first went on sale, but by the time she got to the website, there were already 300,000 people in line in front of her. “I was able to get through but after selecting for all available dates I wasn’t able to get any through Ticketmaster,” said Elizabeth. She didn’t end up getting a seat with her friend.

Some fans complaint on the Twitter.

Beyoncé is one of the world’s best-selling recording artists, having sold over 200 million records worldwide. Just recently, the superstar won her 32nd Grammy, making her the winner of the most Grammy Awards ever. In addition, she has won 26 MTV Video Music Awards, 24 NAACP Image Awards, 31 BET Awards, and more. These accolades set her apart from any other singer and are one of the sources of her superb popularity.

After the frantic war for tickets passed, some fans have started selling their tickets on social media platforms. Some want to exchange their tickets because they didn’t get the ideal seats; others bought the wrong tickets because they were in too much of a hurry; and others bought a lot of tickets to ensure they have seats and they now have to sell out of those extra tickets.

Some fans are selling their tickets on social media.

There were also many other fans who got the tickets and shared their joy and experience of grabbing the tickets on social media platforms. Jamie, 19, a music lover, got his tickets after waiting in line for 15,500 people. “We had multiple devices going, running up our bills, franticly checking Twitter to see if Cardiff had sold out yet, it was a team effort in all honesty, so it was a massive relief to get them. At some point, I was slapping my phone with my card and yelling ‘take my money!’”

Natasha, 19, a crazy Beyoncé fan from Birmingham, who got tickets luckily, said: “I love Beyoncé, I would take numerous bullets for her. It’s her presence in the music industry and her ability to release hit after hit, she never disappoints.” “I was ecstatic to get tickets. She is my icon, she is one of the greats. It’s exemplified in her work ethic, her stage presence, and her discography. She’s just THAT girl.”

Renaissance Tour promotional posters have been hung on the streets of Cardiff.

While Beyoncé’s concerts are undoubtedly a music lover’s paradise, don’t be too discouraged if you don’t get tickets; we’ve got five other music acts that will be playing in Cardiff this year for you.