Beyoncé’s All-Female Band Will Perform at Berklee Next Week

Bask in all things Queen Bey, from music to dance.


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If you missed Beyoncé’s Formation Tour last summer, Berklee is giving you the next best thing.

On Thursday, March 2, the college will host members of Queen Bey’s original all-female band for a 10-year anniversary concert. The group will perform vintage Beyoncé hits from albums including B’Day, The Beyoncé Experience, and I Am…Yours: An Intimate Performance at Wynn Las Vegas, and well as newer tracks.

The Bey fest doesn’t stop there. The band, which includes Berklee alums Nikki Glaspie and Rie Tsuji, will be accompanied by the megastar’s backup singer Chrissy Collins and backup dancer and Berklee alum Ebony Williams, who will choreograph and perform dance numbers with students from the Boston Conservatory at Berklee. Last but not least, students from Berklee’s Beyoncé Ensemble—where was that class when you were in college?—will also take the stage.

Happily, tickets cost a fraction of what you’d pay for an actual Beyoncé concert. Non-student prices start at just $8, and top out at $20.

Berklee, get ready for this jelly.

Tickets start at $8, 3/2, 8 p.m. Berklee Performance Center, 136 Massachusetts Ave., Boston, Purchase tickets here.