Rihanna Reportedly Embarking on Stadium Tour in 20232 min read
Rihanna is purportedly set to stir things up around for a stadium tour in 2023. As per HITS Daily Double, the engagement will happen after her Super Bowl Halftime Show performance on 12th February 2023. The ANTI artist evidently got back to the recording studio soon after the Halftime Show announcement was made, and her performance will be used to relaunch her music career after Rihanna took a step back to focus on her Fenty Beauty empire. Rih is rumoured to have an album worth of incomplete material that stayed that way as she probably doesn’t have any desire to deliver underwhelming music that may adversely influence her image. Her return to music, in any case, may maintain her relevancy and help her brand continue to grow.
Rihanna released her eighth and latest full-length project, ANTI, in 2016. While the vocalist-turned-beauty mogul remains generally close-lipped regarding her most recent moves, that wouldn’t shock us in the least assuming she’s wanting to drop some heat before long. Lately, Rihanna has apparently been teasing the appearance of her 09th album. In this way, obviously, a probably overall run would go with cutting-edge bops from the pop star impeccably. At this point, there could be no further insights regarding the stadium tour. Beyonce and Taylor Swift are additionally among the singers said to be hopping on the road in 2023.
Rihanna Is Said To Be Embarking On Stadium Tour In 2023
Good news for all music sweethearts out there! Three of the best artists on the planet are apparently planning for a stadium tour next year. Rihanna, Beyoncé, and Taylor Swift are giving fans what they need, preparing for world domination in 2023. Rihanna’s tour might sound unprobable right now, but new reports are revealing that following her hotly anticipated return to the stage for the 2023 Super Bowl, occurring on 12th February at the State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, the talented vocalist will head back out and about for a stadium tour, which is expected to be a complete success, as her past Anti World Tour accomplished $110 million from 75 shows.
The ‘Watch N Learn’ artist is getting back to the music scene in the following year to handle the world’s greatest stage, the Super Bowl Halftime Show. The Fenty mogul confirmed the news via social media platform in late September with a photograph of her distinct hand holding a football. For a brief time, the NFL jokingly changed its name to the National Fenty League on its owned social media channels in honour of the celebratory second. It’s muddled if Rihanna’s upcoming album, probably named R9, will be released in tandem with the likely tour, however, fans can see the Bajan legend live at the Super Bowl LVII on 12th February 2023.
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