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Here's hoping this isn't true!
On Thursday, it was reported that despite Beyoncé's new album Lemonade KILLING it on the charts, the Hold Up singer's latest string of concerts haven't been selling that well. Uh oh!
Apparently, there are entire sections that have gone unsold for Queen Bey's Formation World Tour — including concerts that are in the upcoming weeks. Perhaps this has something do with the drama surrounding the cancelled concert in Nashville?
"Nissan Stadium was ready and able to host the May 5 Beyoncé show, and we look forward to the rescheduled event."
The Beyoncé concert scheduled for May 5 has been postponed to October 2. Tickets for the previously scheduled performance will be honored.
— Nissan Stadium (@NissanStadium) May 5, 2016
Hmmm, very inneresting. On top of it all, it's said that stops in Seattle and Minneapolis have large portions of their "nosebleed" sections pretty empty AND that in San Francisco entire rows on the floor are unspoken for. Pittsburgh is facing a similar dilemma as only about 50% of their back tier seats are full.
Eek! Some have speculated that the 34-year-old's surprise album method has simply backfired, since Miz Knowles didn't drop her visual album until days before the tour kicked off in Miami.
Regardless, we're not too concerned with this news since the FWT has already raked in around $100 million from its first week of sales. In fact, Jay Z's wife just added a bunch of new stops for her tour on Thursday.
What do U think? Should Bey be concerned?
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