Saturday 10 December 2016

Revealed: Beyoncé's tour rider demands ahead of Croke Park gig

Sean O'Grady

Published 09/07/2016 | 02:30

Beyonce performs during her Formation World Tour at Wembley Stadium in London last Sunday Photo: Daniela Vesco/Invision for Parkwood Entertainment/AP Images
Beyonce performs during her Formation World Tour at Wembley Stadium in London last Sunday Photo: Daniela Vesco/Invision for Parkwood Entertainment/AP Images

At least 25 international phone lines, a host of rose-scented candles, organic whole milk and a child-proofed space for her four-year-old daughter.

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These are just some of the demands laid out by 'Queen Bey' ahead of her epic Croke Park gig tonight.

The list of requests on Beyonce's tour rider also asks for cans of Pepsi, Champagne, Chardonnay and heavily seasoned roast chicken to keep her fuelled for the two-hour long show.

And fans who plan on wearing denim or leather better keep their distance from the stage at the Croke Park gig as the superstar has demanded everyone on her crew wears 100pc cotton so she doesn't get any allergies.

The 'Bootylicious' singer (34) is playing tonight in a highly anticipated concert as part of her Formation world tour.

Beyonce's show is so large that the capacity of Croker has been reduced down from 82,500 to 75,000 to allow for the size of the stage.

The American superstar has explicitly told fans attending the concert not to bring any iPads along with them on the night.

This was reiterated by An Garda Síochana who tweeted lyrics from 'If I Were A Boy' to remind fans of the restrictions.

"If I were a boy, I would turn off my phone, tell everyone its broken and leave my iPad at home," they wrote.

Irish Independent

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