“These dates are only part of the experience, and there are talks to see if a more family-friendly version of her show can be brought to Ghana,” a source told Metro.co.uk
“Live Nation is eager for all of its acts to perform in new markets and would like Bey to spearhead it if they can find the right venue and on-the-ground partners,” they continued. She is collaborating closely with Ay Hollywood on choreography and has spent the last year producing the show’s live arrangements.”
The ‘Break My Soul’ singer recently announced that she will perform her ‘Renaissance’ album live this summer, with dates confirmed for Europe and North America. It comes more than a week after she performed in Dubai but disappointed fans by not performing any new songs from the dance-infused album.
The tour will stop in cities such as London, Cardiff, Stockholm, Toronto, Las Vegas, Miami, and Houston. Meanwhile, many Beyonce fans in Africa complain that she rarely tours there, with most of her tour legs consisting of the Americas, Europe, and Oceania.
Beyoncé’s fanbase in Ghana grew significantly when she featured one of Ghana’s top artists, Shatta Wale, on ‘Already,‘ a song from her ‘Lion King: The Gift’ album released in 2019.