AS Beyoncé fans from all corners of the globe descend upon Cardiff for the highly anticipated UK leg of her Renaissance tour, South Wales Police has taken a creative approach to ensuring the safety of concert attendees. In a social media post that ingeniously weaves the singer’s iconic hits into safety tips, the police force aims to keep the city’s Beyoncé enthusiasts out of harm’s way.
With the Principality Stadium poised to welcome a staggering 60,000 fans, South Wales Police recognised the need to address the potential challenges associated with such a massive gathering. In their light-hearted post, they urged concert-goers to plan their experience wisely.
The post said: “The city centre is likely to be pretty Crazy (In Love) so leave plenty of time so you arrive in time for Lift Off.
“After the party, we want all you Single Ladies and the rest of the BeyHive to get home safely; plan your journey home and follow the Formation rules if using taxis or public transport.
“Please have a great time but remember Naughty Girl(s) and boys, Savages(s) and those acting Dangerously (In Love), are likely to find themselves Going’ Down to the custody cells, so please #DrinkLessEnjoyMore.”
Beyoncé, who initially gained fame as a member of the renowned girl group Destiny’s Child, has since established herself as one of the most successful solo artists in the music industry. With chart-topping albums like “I Am… Sasha Fierce” and “Lemonade” under her belt, the Renaissance tour marks her triumphant return to the stage after a six-year hiatus from solo touring.