Beyoncé’s Full Renaissance Movie Setlist: See What Made the Cut

Beyoncé’s Renaissance movie is here: The feature-length concert film hits theaters widely today, and you can check out the full setlist below. The movie mixes live video with behind-the-scenes footage from the Renaissance World Tour, which followed Beyoncé’s 2022 album of the same name. Kendrick Lamar and Megan Thee Stallion’s guest stops on the tour appear in the film. The Renaissance closing credits feature the brand new song “My House.”

Beyoncé kicked off the Renaissance World Tour on May 10 in Stockholm, Sweden, playing tracks from across her repertoire and, for closer “Summer Renaissance,” sitting astride a flying disco horse. Before that first show, Beyoncé’s only known performance since the album’s release had been at the opening of Atlantis the Royal, a hotel in Dubai.

Released through AMC Entertainment and Beyoncé’s own Parkwood Entertainment, Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé features Jay-Z and the couple’s oldest daughter, Blue Ivy, who often joined the tour to dance to “My Power,” “Black Parade,” and “Savage.” The couple’s other children, Rumi and Sir, also appear in the film.

Upon the album’s release, Beyoncé described Renaissance as the first part of a self-described “three-act project” recorded over the pandemic. No news yet on when to expect more.

Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé

01 Dangerously in Love 2
02 Flaws and All
03 I’m That Girl
04 Cozy
05 Alien Superstar
06 Lift Off
07 Cuff It
08 Energy
09 Break My Soul + The Queens Remix
10 Formation
11 Diva
12 Run the World (Girls)
13 My Power
14 Black Parade
15 Savage [ft. Megan Thee Stallion]
16 Partition
17 Church Girl
18 Get Me Bodied
19 Before I Let Go
20 Crazy in Love
21 River Deep, Mountain High
22 Love Hangover (Diana Ross Intermission)
23 Plastic Off the Sofa
24 Virgo’s Groove
25 Naughty Girl + Love to Love You Baby
26 Move
27 Heated
28 Kitty Kat
29 Thique
30 All Up in Your Mind
31 Drunk in Love
32 America Has a Problem [ft. Kendrick Lamar]
33 Pure/Honey
34 Summer Renaissance

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