Beyoncé kicks off UK Renaissance tour in Cardiff - live updates
Beyoncé is back in Cardiff today, Wednesday May 17, kicking off the UK run of her Renaissance tour. The much-anticipated tour will hit the Principality Stadium for one night with tens of thousands of fans expected to hit the Welsh capital. The Cardiff date is the first of eight UK shows for the superstar.
Around ten hours before stadium doors open and dozens of fans have already started to queue. The Crazy in Love star last performed in the Welsh capital in 2018 with her husband Jay-Z opening their combined world tour On The Run II, bringing the city to a standstill. She also visited as part of her Formation tour in 2016.
You can read everything you need to know about attending the concert from where to park to the set list here. We'll be bringing you updates as Cardiff prepares for the huge show today as thousands of fans make their way into the city.
There will be road closures across the city centre with Transport for Wales reminding some fans of certain closures on their lines. The global superstar has also opted to have the roof closed on the Principality Stadium meaning fans won't need to worry too much about packing their raincoat.
The Stadium will also be operating a paperless system, meaning fans will have no physical tickets and there is also an extensive and detailed list of items you can not take into the stadium- read that here.
For continued Beyonce updates on the queues, crowds and general atmosphere as Queen Bey takes over Cardiff follow below: