Beyonce dazzles in a silver leotard before slipping into a quirky white number as she kicks off her three-date California residency amid her epic Renaissance world tour
Beyoncé looked nothing short of sensational in a dazzling silver leotard on Friday as she kicked off her three-day residency in California on her epic Renaissance world tour.
The singer, 41, was looking great as she took the stage at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, Los Angeles on the first of her three dates at the venue.
And Beyonce made sure to dress to impress the 70,000 fans who gathered in the massive stadium, showing off her flawless figure in the shimmering metallic outfit, which she wore with matching silver boots.
She then donned a quirky white number with black tassels, cut-out panels and matching knee-high boots, with Bey completing the look with a wide-brimmed silver hat.
She put on a show and also donned her silver ensemble as she rode a sparkling silver horse that was lifted into the air — with Beyoncé requesting her fans wear the color for the show as well.
Shine on: Beyoncé looked simply sensational in a dazzling silver leotard on Friday as she kicked off her three-day residency in California amid her epic Renaissance world tour
Work it out: The singer, 41, was looking great as she took the stage at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, Los Angeles on the first of her three dates at the venue
The Halo hitmaker was also seen cutting a chic figure in a glamorous black velvet dress with gold embellishments at the bust and a daring thigh split.
The concert proved popular as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were in attendance, as well as the Duchess’ mother, Doria Ragland.
Although it also attracted a host of household names, including model Shanina Shayk and actor Terry Crews.
The show, which lasts about two and a half hours and is split into six acts, is the last of Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour that kicked off May 10 in Stockholm, Sweden.
For the tour, Beyoncé will play the songs from her studio album Renaissance (2022), in order and interspersed with songs from her entire catalog.
As for the visuals, the stage consists of a giant screen with a large ‘portal’ in the middle, with sculptures, robotic arms and ultraviolet technology.
And then there’s Beyoncé herself, who sings and dances while decked out in an array of eye-catching ensembles as she delivers the hits.
Three and a half months after her Renaissance Tour, Beyoncé will continue to tour the US until the finals show at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City on October 1.
Wow: And Beyonce made sure to dress to impress the 70,000 fans packed into the massive stadium, showing off her flawless figure in the shimmering metallic outfit, which she wore with matching silver boots
What a show: During the performance, Beyoncé mounted a sparkling silver horse that was raised into the air
Gorgeous: The Halo hitmaker was also seen cutting a chic figure in a glamorous black velvet dress with gold embellishments at the bust and a daring thigh split
It comes after reports from the pop superstar is named honorary mayor of Santa Clara, Californiathe Mercury news reported Tuesday.
She will also reportedly receive a key to the city ahead of her Renaissance Tour stop on Wednesday.
The Santa Clara City Council reportedly voted Tuesday night to transfer the title of mayor from Mayor Lisa Gillmore to Beyoncé, albeit only for one day to coincide with her show.
“The city of Santa Clara is excited about Beyoncé’s upcoming visit to the world-famous Levi’s Stadium,” Santa Clara spokesperson Michelle Templeton said in a statement.
“Her concerts are sure to bring a lot of energy and excitement,” she added.
A proclamation honoring the Lemonade singer notes that she has had “a tremendous cultural impact as one of the most influential pop culture figures” in recent times.
It also lists some of her great achievements, including her 35 Grammy Award wins.
Beyoncé made history earlier this year when her acclaimed Renaissance album helped her break the record for most Grammys won.
New title: Beyoncé will be honored as honorary mayor of Santa Clara, California ahead of her Renaissance Tour stop on Wednesday, according to Mercury News; seen on June 28 in Warsaw, Poland
Honored: “The City of Santa Clara is excited about Beyoncé’s upcoming visit to the world-famous Levi’s Stadium,” Santa Clara spokesperson Michelle Templeton said in a statement
Legendary Hungarian-British classical conductor Georg Solti previously held the record for most Grammys won with 31, until Beyoncé finally upped the ante.
Santa Clara is part of California’s densely populated Bay Area and is located near Silicon Valley. According to the United States census, it had a population of 127,647 in 2020.
Beyoncé does not seem to have responded to the message that she will be named honorary mayor.
However, she is not the first person to receive the honor as Santa Clara previously awarded it to Taylor Swift.