There’s A Chance Rihanna Will Go On Tour After The 2023 Super Bowl Halftime Show
Hits Daily Double says that Rihanna is planning to go on a stadium tour in 2023. If the 34-year-old went on tour, it would be her first since the Anti World Tour, which was six years ago.
After 41 shows, the tour made a total of $110 million all over the world. Travis Scott opened the tour in the United States. In our 2016 concert review, we said that the Los Angeles show was more like a “random epic road trip” than a well-planned trip, but sometimes the best stories come from things that don’t go as planned.
The singer of “Watch and Learn” is coming back to the music scene next year to perform at the Super Bowl Halftime Show, which is the biggest stage in the world.
Late in September, the Fenty mogul confirmed the news on social media with a picture of her hand holding a football. In honor of the happy event, the NFL jokingly changed its name on its own social media channels to the National Fenty League for a short time.
Beyoncé is also said to be going on tour next year, so it’s not just Rihanna that’s said to be going on tour. Hits Daily Double is not the first to talk about this claim, though. Page Six said that multiple sources confirmed that the “ALIEN SUPERSTAR” singer would announce her RENAISSANCE tour in the next few weeks and has been booking stadiums all over the world.
Rih’s next album, which might be called R9, might come out at the same time as a possible tour, but fans can see the Bajan legend perform live at the Super Bowl LVII on February 12, 2023.
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