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A Notice Has Beyoncé Fans Thinking We’ll Get A ‘Renaissance’ Tour Film

On Sept. 21 in Dallas, Beyoncé took the stage in her home state for her coveted Renaissance World Tour performance. Dressed in chrome from head to toe, fans showed their anticipation for the show all over social media, very anxious to see what surprises The Queen had in store for her first of three Texas shows. However, what caught a lot of fans’ eyes was not only the new costumes by local designers or song remixes, but the “Notice of Recording/Filming” billboard outside the AT&T Stadium. Could this be more confirmation of a Renaissance Tour film? Let’s unpack.

Before the show in Dallas, the AT&T Stadium Instagram account posted a panover of the outside of the venue to their Story, ready for the fans to arrive. Some fans immediately noticed the huge billboard out front with a lengthy message from Beyoncé’s entertainment company, Parkwood Entertainment. 

The Notice says, “By being present today in, around, and/or in the vicinity of the location, you hereby irrevocably consent for Parkwood Entertainment, LLC and any of its respective affiliated and/or related entities, designees, successors, licensees, and assigns to film, photograph, and otherwise record you, your voice, sounds, likeness, image, photograph, and/or other picture.” Her Campus reached out to Beyoncé’s team about the reason for the notice and the tour film rumors, but didn’t hear back by the time of publication.

This isn’t the first clue that fans got about the possibility of a tour film, either. Flashback to the first tour stop in Stockholm, Sweden earlier this year, where a Beyhive member posted a TikTok video in which tour crew members shared that Beyoncé would be filming in Texas.

Many of the Beyhive saw this notice outside the Texas venue and showed a lot of excitement around potentially getting visuals for the tour, taking to X (formerly Twitter) and TikTok to share their thoughts.

But is this absolute confirmation of a film? Other fans debunked the notice as a confirmation for the film, stating that the waiver was also posted at other showsand this really isn’t something to get excited about. Beyoncé herself hasn’t commented on the rumors yet, so it’s all just speculation for now.

So is this notice outside of the Dallas venue worth getting excited for? I would think so. For starters, if this is a standard waiver, it’s a pretty large one. I know everything is bigger in Texas but this has to mean something, right? I attended the Renaissance Tour myself in Washington, D.C. on August 5th. I didn’t see a notice of recording but there were a plethora of camera crews all throughout. 

Beyoncé is known for her other tour films such as The Beyoncé Experience (2007) and Beyoncé’s I Am… World Tour (2010), but she is especially known for her Netflix Coachella documentary, HOMECOMING: A Film By Beyoncé in 2019. So it’s safe to say that a Renaissance Tour Film could possibly be in the works, but The Queen loves shocking us all so who knows, really?

Tyra Alexander is a National Writer for Her Campus, primarily writing about life, experiences, and academics. She is also Editor In Chief at her campus chapter at Loyola University Maryland. Beyond Her Campus, Tyra is a Sophomore English Major and communications minor. She is the Head Nonfiction Editor for her campus' literary art magazine, Corridors and is Senior Copy Editor for her school's newspaper, The Greyhound News. In her free time, Tyra can be found reading a romance book (or two), dancing with her university’s dance company, or watching vlogs by her favorite YouTubers. She is a big fan of R&B and pop, with her favorite artists being Victoria Monét, Beyoncé, and Ariana Grande.