Beyonce performing As part of the launch of the new luxury hotel Atlantis, The Royal, an exclusive, invitation-only concert was held in Dubai, United Arab Emirates on January 21st. Invitees for the extravagant weekend included journalists, celebrities and influencers. Rake caution.
With an orchestra, band and dancers in the background, hollywood reporter The set reportedly straddled fan-favorite hits alongside tracks she hasn’t performed in a while, including “Beautiful Liar” and “Flaws and All.”She also didn’t play her new music from her acclaimed Renaissance LP arriving in July 2022.
Attendees were reportedly asked to put their phones in locked zipper bags to prevent the recording from being leaked, but despite precautions, videos from the event still surfaced. , trending on social media.
Beyoncé covered Etta James’ rendition of “At Last” to open the set, which began with fireworks. Audiences performed classic songs such as ‘XO’, ‘Halo’, ‘Freedom’, ‘Crazy in Love’ and ‘Countdown’ as fan girlfriend videos leaked from the event showcase. He also performed a song from Lion king: The giftincluding “Bigger,” and daughter Blue Ivy joined “Brown Skin Girl.”
Beyoncé’s appearance in Dubai was her first full concert since 2018 (she performed two songs in tribute to Kobe and Gianna Bryant in 2020 and also appeared at last year’s Oscars to perform ‘Be Alive’). played). king richard). The pop star has yet to officially announce a supporting tour. Renaissancebut last October, her unreleased ticket Renaissance The 2023 Summer Concert was auctioned at a charity gala.
The United Arab Emirates has come under scrutiny for its poor human rights record, where homosexuality is illegal. In 2019, 1975’s Matt Healy kissed a male fan on stage during a performance in Dubai in protest against anti-LGBTQ laws.