HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- The buzz for Beyoncé never fades, and the BeyHive just can't get enough! As the Houston native returns home this weekend for a two-day stop amid her Renaissance World Tour, Houstonians are welcoming her in the 713 way - a celebration.
The City of Houston posted on X, formerly known as Twitter, announcing a Homecoming Party on the Plaza for H-town's queen.
The pre-concert party "Hou Run the World" begins on Saturday at 6:30 p.m. and ends at 8:45 p.m.
So, if you don't get to see Yonce in person, you can still get in formation at the party and show off your Renaissance-inspired looks.
Although the BeyHive continues to swarm with excitement to see Sahsa Fierce come alive on stage, the anticipation to see her little bee is equally enticing.
Yes, that little bee is Blue Ivy Carter, who has become "That Girl," making a wave on social media while she joins her mother in the spotlight around the world. Her dance moves have sparked a reaction from fans as she makes her occasional appearance with her superstar mom before taking center stage with backup dancers.
Will BeyHive Houston get to see Blue Ivy? Although it's Yonce's hometown, Bee is known for keeping things under wraps. So the fandom will have to wait and see until the countdown starts and the show begins.
ABC13 is getting fans ready with what they need to know ahead of the highly anticipated concert happening at NRG Stadium on Sept. 23 and 24.
Wednesday is a date with destiny. Before Queen Bey pursued solo projects, she was a member of Destiny's Child. ABC13 is looking back at the time Anchor Melanie Lawson went on tour with the group to Australia.
On Thursday, it's all about the setlist and surprises. ABC13 Reporter Briana Connor and ABC7 Anchor Reggie Aqui from our sister station in San Francisco teamed up to give fans the inside scoop.
If you're going to either of the shows this weekend, ABC13 brings you everything you need to know on Friday about parking, closures, and what you can and can't bring into NRG Stadium
You can watch all the updates on ABC13's 24/7 Livestream at 10 a.m. on Eyewitness News' website or the ABC13 app.