Beyoncé fans don’t have long to wait until the singer arrives in Sunderland on her Renaissance tour.

Queen Bey will be performing at the city’s Stadium of Light for one night only on Tuesday (May 23) with fans sure to be beside themselves at the prospect of seeing her live on stage.

But for those wishing to take home a memento from the event may find that the prices of some items break their soul.

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Some at the star’s first UK gig in Cardiff last week were left saying ‘Beyonc-nay’ to the price of a zip-up hoodie from the official merchandise stand which was being sold for a whopping £120.

Among the other items on sale were standard hoodies for £100, tracksuit bottoms for £90 and tshirts for £45.

Some took to social media accusing Beyoncé of ripping off fans.

One tweeted: “£120 for a hoodie - absolutely cannot! What do these artists actually think they are doing?! Okay, it's people's choice to spend that, but nah, that's just wrong on so many levels! Ripping fans off and the artists turn a blind eye.”

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Another branded the prices “absolutely ridiculous”.

The UK leg of the Renaissance tour kicked off to great praise at Cardiff’s Principality last week before making its way to Edinburgh at the weekend.

She will perform for one night only in Sunderland before taking the concert to Tottenham’s White Hart Lane for five dates.