Beyoncé and JAY-Z tour “will change for sure” after album drop, according to set designer
Ric Lipson of Stufish spoke on adapting the stage now that EVERYTHING IS LOVE is out.
After taking the world by storm this past weekend by dropping their surprise collab album EVERYTHING IS LOVE, Beyonce and JAY-Z are looking to make some adjustments to their ongoing On The Run II Tour. Speaking to DAZED, London-based stage designer Ric Lipson of Stufish — who designed the OTR II stage as well as the Beychella set — confirmed that slight changes will be made to the current stage set.
"The show will change, for sure. There'll be new content, and they will use the stage differently in those new songs," Lipson shared. "I don't think they're going to redo the whole show, because there are a lot of hits that you want to sing and there's only nine songs on the album. I don't know yet."
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