As Queen Bey prepares to take to the stage at the Stadium of Light for the first time since 2016, fans from across the globe have flocked to Sunderland to see the global superstar in what is rumoured to be her 'final tour'. 

The queen of pop is expected to be putting on a 40-song set list in a performance that will take around three hours. With doors to the Stadium of Light opening at 4pm, some fans may be staying in the arena for a while. 

Concertgoers are not permitted to bring their own food and drink into the stadium.

According to event organisers, there will be an extensive range of food and drink available to purchase in the courtyard and stadium, with a pint of Coors setting you back £7.50. Wine and cider are also on offer with a glass of wine costing £7 or a bottle at £27. 

The Northern Echo:

With many fans having queued in the hot sun all day, some from yesterday, it's expected that there will be many seeking soft drinks. They're also available with a bottle of water priced at £2.50 and soft drinks at £3.20. 

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