When will “Renaissance” stream? Here’s how to watch all of Beyoncé’s documentaries and concert films

Beyoncé is entering a new era in her music. If you haven’t heard the singer’s new album yet, Cowboy Carter, And yet – seriously, what are you doing reading this? Just a few months after their concert film/documentary, Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé, broke box office records, Queen Bey announced during a Super Bowl commercial that we were “ready” for her new music, officially kicking off the second act, aka Cowboy CarterAKA the sequel to Renaissance. Now that we’re in a brand new, distinctly country era, fans may be wondering when the singer’s hit documentary will capture the making of Renaissance will be available to stream at home. Unfortunately, there’s no official word on when (or if) Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé will still be released on HBO Max or Netflix or another popular streaming platform.

But when it comes to documentaries and concert films, Renaissance was by no means Beyoncé’s first rodeo. The music icon has released many projects that offer her audience an insight into the making of her albums and world tours, as well as unforgettable visual albums and concert performances. So while you wait Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé For availability online, take a look back at some of the “Texas Hold ‘Em” singer’s previous projects. Here’s how to watch all of Beyoncé’s documentaries, concert films, and visual albums.

Beyoncé: I’m… world tour (2010)

In celebration of her successful world tour for her album I am… Sasha Fierce, Beyoncé: I am… World Tour (2010) immortalizes the 110-show tour. The footage primarily focuses on Beyoncé’s performances of hits like “Single Ladies” and “Halo,” but also includes behind-the-scenes clips shot by Beyoncé herself.

While I’m… world tour is currently not streaming on any platform, you can rent the concert film here Apple or free with a free trial Amazon (and find it uploaded to Youtube).

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