Tottenham Hotspur is currently in hot water for breaching concert rules with Beyonce coming to town. The north London club is apparently permitted to host six musical concerts per year at their new stadium. However, Spurs have announced a seventh show for later in 2023.

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Beyonce had already planned four sold-out events from the end of May to beginning of June. The Red Hot Chili Peppers are scheduled to play at the stadium on July 21 and then Wizkid rounded out the six concerts on July 29. Nevertheless, Beyonce and Spurs have revealed that they added another show to the list. This means that the stadium will be hosting seven concerts this summer.

Area cabinet member for planning at Haringey Council Dana Carlin has stated that she is “disappointed” with the breach of contract. “Welcoming global superstars, like Beyonce, will attract thousands of music fans and benefit our local businesses,” said Carlin.

However, Carlin also noted the impact the rush of music fans has on the local residents. “We are disappointed we have got to this stage. Tottenham Hotspur have been advised they must engage with the community, ward councillors and submit a planning application.”

New application needed to host seventh show for Beyonce at Tottenham stadium

Despite already making tickets available for the fifth Beyonce concert, stadium officials must submit an application to host the event. The paperwork will have to be turned in to the aforementioned Haringey Council in order for the extra show to take place.

All general tickets for the Beyonce shows are currently sold out. As of Monday night, there were still some premium seats available to purchase for about $415 each. Regular tickets for the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Wizkid shows are, however, still currently available.

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium was opened in 2019 and seats over 62,000 people. The state-of-the-art stadium is widely regarded as one of the top soccer arenas in England.