A BEYONCE superfan traveled to the pop star’s Edinburgh performance and has spent over £20,000 to see her idol live.
The Queen B are set to play a sold-out performance at the capital’s Murrayfield Stadium tomorrow.
She last visited the city in 2003, when she came to the MTV Europe Music Awards.
Belfast’s Taylor Sinclair plans to visit 12 of the icon’s European shows as part of her Renaissance world tour.
The 57-date tour includes locations such as Edinburgh, London, Sunderland, Paris, Amsterdam, Cologne, Frankfurt and Barcelona.
The 26-year-old told Wales Online She will spend a total of £20,000 to see Beyoncé live and says the money is “100%” worth it.
The Beyoncé fanatic queued up from around 7pm on Tuesday and camped outside Cardiff’s Principality Stadium – 22 hours before the gates opened.
She said: “I’m a bit tired now.
“But I look forward to new changes and new outfits.”
The pop megastar’s new tour has already been described as one of the greatest pop shows of all time.
The Break My Soul singer kicked off her Renaissance tour in Stockholm with a nearly three-hour spectacle.
The tour – which includes five nights at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, where she will perform to more than 300,000 people – is expected to gross £1.9billion by the end of September.
That would mean it could gross even more than Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour, which kicked off in the US in March.
A source said: “Beyonce has poured millions into this show. It’s one of the most expensive sets for a concert tour ever. She is a perfectionist.
“Beyonce has been rehearsing for more than three months and has been away from home for the last five weeks to prepare.
“Through all of this investment, she was determined to give it her all – and knows the fans will love it.”
We’ve released the list of items banned from Murrayfield ahead of tomorrow’s performance.
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