The singer performed in the Serbian capital on the opening night of The Mrs Carter Show World Tour
Beyoncé kicked off her world tour in spectacular style last night with a dazzling performance in Belgrade.
The singer took to the stage at the Kombank Arena in the Serbian capital for the opening night of her eagerly-anticipated The Mrs Carter Show tour, treating the crowd to a high octane gig featuring a mix of her biggest hits plus new material from her upcoming fifth studio album.
As for the costumes, Beyoncé wowed in bespoke outfits by the likes of Ralph & Russo, Emilio Pucci and Julien Macdonald. The tour wardrobe included a white crystal and pearl embellished bodysuit with a peplum and fringed epaulettes by the former, which she teamed with fishnet tights and gold Stuart Weitzman heels, as well as a vibrant red gown with a daring hip-high split and a sparkly midnight blue jumpsuit with a plunging neckline.
The concert appeared to be a huge success, with Bey even clutching the Serbian flag during the closing segment of her performance to the delight of the crowd. Once the show wrapped, the songstress took to her Instagram account with the posting: ‘Thank you Serbia!’
Beyoncé now heads over to neighbouring Croatia for her next show tomorrow night before a bumper schedule of performances across Europe up until June when the American leg of her tour begins.
The shows come during a busy time for the singer. As well as the concerts, she will act as a honorary chair at May’s Met Ball in New York, headline the Gucci-hosted Chime for Change concert in London in June, headline the UK’s V Festival in August and release her new solo album.