Beyoncé to make stop in Chicago during 'Renaissance' World Tour

Beyoncé will be making a stop at Chicago's Soldier Field for two shows this summer during her 2023 World Tour. 

The multi-Grammy winning singer announced the highly anticipated 2023 "Renaissance" Tour on her Instagram Wednesday. 

She added handful of dates to the tour after her official announcement. 

Her shows at Soldier Field are scheduled for July 22 and 23, and fans who want a chance to get tickets need to act fast. 

Online registration is open on until 10:59 p.m. on Thursday. The demand for tickets to see "Queen Bee" is expected to be high. 

There’s a process designed to avoid the disaster that happened when Taylor Swift tickets went on sale.

Those looking to register must have a Ticketmaster account. Then they’ll be selected by lottery, receiving an access code to buy tickets, or be put on a waiting list.

Ticketmaster crashed in November when Taylor Swift tickets went on sale. Fans filed a lawsuit and a Live Nation executive had to answer to Congress. 

Fans had waited for hours only to find concerts were sold out. Live Nation says the Fan verification process will filter out bots and secondary market sellers. Beyoncé’s popularity will put it to the test.

"Renaissance," Beyoncé's seventh studio album, was released on July 29, 2022. It features songs like "CUFF IT," "BREAK MY SOUL," and "I'M THAT GIRL." 

The tour begins on May 10 with a show in Stockholm. The U.S. leg kicks off in Philadelphia on July 12. 

A full list of cities can be found on Beyoncé's website