If you’re “that girl,” you probably already have your tickets to Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour stop this Thursday at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.
For fans who are waiting until the last minute, tickets are still available starting at $151 and going up to $3,601 — a price that might “break your soul” (and your bank).
The superstar’s global solo tour, her first since 2016, is scheduled to wrap Oct. 1 in Kansas City after more than 40 shows this year. She was last at AT&T Stadium in 2018 for a show with husband Jay-Z.
Here’s everything else you need to know about Beyoncé’s AT&T Stadium concert at 8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 21, which is one of three Renaissance tour performances in Texas.
Parking and transportation to AT&T Stadium for Beyoncé
Even with the high concert ticket costs, there are going to be “a whole lot of people in the house” trying to park near AT&T Stadium or travel to the concert.
Parking prices near AT&T Stadium as of Monday were starting at $50 and running up to $375 on SeatGeek, where you can reserve tickets to park. If you’re willing to walk farther, you can find cheaper parking tickets on StubHub.
Here is a parking map at AT&T Stadium.
There are two passenger drop-off zones at AT&T Stadium: on the north side of Randol Mill Road in Lot 1, and on the south side off of Cowboys Way in Lot 6. The stadium has one passenger pick-up zone, at the entrance to Miller LiteHouse adjacent to North Collins Street and Cowboys Way. Taxis also stage at this location for drop off and pick up. The Yellow Cab Co. and Cowboy Cab are two taxi companies that serve Arlington, Dallas and Tarrant County.
You can use ride-share services Uber and Lyft to get to AT&T Stadium. Prices vary depending on demand. Follow signs for the designated pick-up and drop-off area.
There are no public transit trains to get you to Arlington’s entertainment district from Fort Worth or Dallas.
What to wear to the concert (according to Beyoncé)
It’s Virgo season, and for those in the know, it’s also “beyday” season. Beyoncé’s birthday was Sept. 4, and her birthday wish was for concertgoers to wear silver.
This might be easier said than done because some stores in the Metroplex are seeing ”tons” of shoppers looking for silver clothes.
“We have definitely had a lot of ladies come in looking for chrome outfits,” said Taylor Lange, manager of Apricot Lane Boutique in Fort Worth’s Shops at Clearfork.
Where to eat and pre-party before Beyoncé’s show
Whether you arrive early or just want to breathe the same Jerry World air as Beyoncé, Texas Live! will be hosting a pre-party at Troy’s at 5 p.m. You don’t need a concert ticket to pre-party with other fans. General admission is $15 and includes three drink tickets as well as “crowd games and giveaways” while the DJ plays Beyonce hits.
Texas Live! is within walking distance of AT&T Stadium and has several bars and restaurants.
‘A Texas bamma’
Beyoncé was born in Houston, and AT&T Stadium in Arlington is her first Texas stop on the Renaissance World Tour.
But these aren’t her only ties to Texas. Beyoncé has performed multiple times in the Lone Star state over the years.
In 2018, she and husband Jay-Z stopped at AT&T Stadium for their On the Run II Tour and surprised a Mansfield high school student with a $100,000 college scholarship.
She has also worn a Dallas designer’s jacket in her musical, “Black is King.”