Beyoncé Tottenham Hotspur Stadium: How to find the seating plan and venue map

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Here’s how Beyoncé fans can find a seating plan map ahead of their Renaissance tour show at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is hosting Beyoncé’s Renaissance tour this week as the familiar football ground transforms for the singer’s shows. LondonWorld breaks down how fans attending the Crazy In Love artist’s shows can find a stadium map and seating plan of the venue.

The Renaissance tour arrived in London on Monday (May 29). Beyoncé is set to perform four more shows at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium over the rest of the week and the weekend.

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Tottenham Hotspur Stadium has undergone some changes to its familiar football pitch this week as it welcomes Beyoncé for her string of shows at the venue. In place of the usual playing field, a stage and floor-standing zones have temporarily taken over the green space.

While the stadium’s seating will be familiar to regulars of the venue, those who are visiting for the first time may want to see a preview of a map before their visit. As well as the venue’s standard seating, there are also a number of on-pitch standing zones.

We explain how Beyoncé fans can find a plan of the seating and a map of the stadium ahead of their concert.

How to find the Beyoncé Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

Those wanting to check out the seating plan or see what’s near your block via a stadium map will be able to via the venue’s website. Fans can also download it to their device so they can easily access it while they’re at the show.

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Tottenham Hotspur Stadium have released a Renaissance Tour edition of their map which shows the planned seating across Beyoncé’s shows there. As well as outlining the different standing zones which have temporarily taken over the stadium’s pitch, it also highlights where toilets and merch stalls are, as well as the corresponding exits for nearby public transport links.

Door opening times for Beyoncé’s concert and when it will finish 

Here are the door opening times for Monday May 29, Tuesday May 30, Thursday June 1 and Saturday June 3:

  • Main doors open: 5pm
  • Stadium curfew: 10.30pm

Sunday June 4:

  • Main doors open: 4.30pm
  • Stadium curfew: 10pm
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