During her "Renaissance World Tour," Beyoncé's admirers, collectively known as the "BeyHive," go wild to catch a glimpse of her.
Money and distance are irrelevant when your idol performs 57 concerts in 40 North American cities and 14 European cities.
Jimmy Long of San Francisco flew to Stockholm for the opening performance on May 10 after finding front-row "Club Renaissance" seats for $370 - a bargain compared to comparable U.S.-based tickets that cost at least $1,200.
"I texted my partner, 'Do you wanna go to Sweden? Yes, or no? We have 9 minutes to decide.'"
Ayo Awokoya was uplifted despite enduring a six-hour train journey from Manchester to London instead of four and a half hours.
"When I arrived, it felt like a phenomenal adventure," she said.
Beyonce awoke some individuals to live's priorities.
Janny Nascimento, a primary school educator in Rio de Janeiro, stated, "Teachers had such a difficult time, and I lost family members to the pandemic." "After that, I wanted to live and do things I had never done before."
Janny spent 6,000 reais on her first voyage and 5,000 reais for Club Renaissance tickets in Frankfurt, Germany.