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So fizzy our heads are spinning

Parken will host Beyonce’s most awaited tour (photo: Kevin Edwards)
July 23rd, 2016 7:00 pm| by Gabriele Dellisanti
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Beyoncé
Sun 24 July, 18:00; Parken; 450kr

This is probably one of the artist’s most awaited tours. After the release of her much debated, empowering and groundbreaking visual album Lemonade, Beyoncé is expected to put on a show that all fans are impatient to experience.



From the black anthem ‘Formation’, which was released as the first single off the album in February, to the more heartbreak-relieving lyrics in ‘Sorry’, the artist’s latest release has been a resounding success.

Since the highly-contested, yet empowering performance at this year’s Super Bowl Halftime Show, which carried clear political statements and paid homage to civil-rights advocate Malcolm X (an interest in politics that has greatly accelerated since the start of her relationship with Jay Z in 2002), the artist’s tour is expected to be more than just a set of entertaining shows.

Whether you are a fan of the Destiny’s Child member (they finally split in 2005) – it seems almost crazy to think that her first album as a solo artist, Dangerously in Love, was released a full 13 years ago – or fell in love with her latest release, this show is the perfect summer option.

Early sneak peeks of the show were released on YouTube when the tour started, and they have succeeded in getting concert-goers even more excited about the event.

Beyoncé will be playing at Parken, the venue where truly global artists tend to perform when visiting Denmark. A large number of hardcore fans are expected to fill the arena.

She will most definitely “slay”.


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