Beyoncé Extends D.c. Metro Hours For Her Renaissance Tour Fans

Beyoncé Extends D.c. Metro Hours For Her Renaissance Tour Fans

Updated on August 08, 2023 16:09 PM by Andrew Koschiev

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After a serious storm upset her Renaissance World Visit stop on Sunday night, Beyoncé and her group paid $100,000 to ensure the Beyhive made it home securely. Get more news from

Keeping fans hidden was necessary

"Given the horrifying environment that could affect the start of tonight's Renaissance World Visit at FedExField, Metro will grow the last train by an extra hour past the long closing as of late," the movement authority said in a clarification. The act of kindness came hours after fans needed to hide as a safety measure due to the storm.

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"Because of lightning nearby, we are right now under a haven set up request," the arena wrote in an explanation on X, previously known as Twitter. All fans within the arena are approached to protect set up under covered concourse regions and incline until additional notification.

FedExField gave the sanctuary set up advance notice via virtual entertainment at 6:40 p.m. The 29-time Grammy victor, as a rule, stirs things up around town only a short before 9 p.m. neighborhood time for her featuring set. After fans heard expressions of the "Corona" artist's liberal endeavors, they took X to spout over her "power."

Hospitalization of the individual

While fans trusted that the warning would pass, a few groups were treated for heat weariness, and one individual was hospitalized, ABC subsidiary WJLA revealed. CNN journalist Abby Phillip, who went to the packed setting that evening, said, "Nobody appeared to truly understand what the arrangement ought to be," which caused a "tumultuous" scene inside the arena.

"It was abnormal. I mean, it was raging vigorously for quite a while, and there was lightning in the air, so they would rather not give anyone access. The show won't begin, yet it was truly tumultuous, and I believe that was somewhat the experience that I, thus numerous others, had the bedlam and the group and the downpour and the intensity," Phillip said.

Back to seat clearance

The asylum setup request was lifted after fans sat around idly for almost two hours, and ticket holders were cleared to return to their seats around 8:25 p.m., per one more post from FedExField.

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