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Beyoncé Went All Out For Her 3-Day Atlanta Stop, Deems City As The Best Crowd

Story by Jahaura Michelle Courtesy of Blavity

Beyoncé and Blue Ivy Carter | Kevin Mazur/WireImage for Parkwood

Beyoncé’s three-day tour stop in Atlanta ended Monday night, with the Houston native dubbing concert-goers as the loudest crowd during the Renaissance World Tour.

Queen Bey closed out the final night at the Mercedez-Benz Stadium by performing three songs she initially added to her setlist. “Thique” was a highly-anticipated track fans wanted to see Beyonce perform again. Additionally, “All Up in Your Mind” and a new rendition of “Drunk in Love” was also included in the show. The three songs, which are paired together with another interlude, had not been performed as a part of the show since the very first night of the tour.

As Blavity reported, Beyonce performed “Drunk In Love” at a private show for the grand opening of The Atlantis Royal in Dubai earlier this year. After clips of the performance circulated on social media, fans started a challenge to try and imitate the songstresses’ impeccable vocal range.

The three-day concert series began on Aug. 11, with the Beyhive ready to belt out every song for the Renaissance album. On the first night, the crowd won the best “mute challenge,” as they went silent during Beyoncé’s part of her song “Energy”

“Look around, everybody on mute,” she sings as the crowd goes silent. Beyonce was seemingly impressed and said, “Ya’ll won, Ya’ll won, Ya’ll won.” Meanwhile, on night two, The Atlanta Voice reported that fans sang the lyrics to “Love On Top” word-for-word, becoming one of the memorable moments during the concert.

Atlanta’s most notable celebrities also attended the shows, including Kandi Burruss, Kenya Moore, Summer Walker, Jayda Cheaves, Lil Nas X Teyana Taylor, Chloe and Halle Bailey, 21 Savage, and more.

At the end of the show, the singer referred to the night 3 crowd as the loudest and one of her best crowds .

The Renaissance Tour had top earnings since it began in May. According to Billboard, the 41-year-old’s European leg of the tour sold more than $1 million in tickets and grossed $151.4 million. Forbes estimated that the remaining shows could bring in around $275 million and $2.4 billion from tickets.

Beyonce’s final show is on Oct. 1 in Kansas City.

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