Beyonce Adds Fourth Show at Revel Resort for Memorial Day Weekend

Global superstar Beyonce has added a fourth show to her memorial day weekend concerts at the all new luxurious Revel Resort’s Ovation Hall on Memorial Day, Monday May 28th! The first three shows sold out in less than a minute. This will be the entertainers triumphant return to the stage after having her daughter Blue Ivy back in January.

Tickets for the new show on Monday, May 28 will be available to BEYONCÉ’S most dedicated fans through a presale exclusively on on Friday, May 11 at 10 a.m., EDT. Tickets go on sale to the general public on Monday, May 14 at 10 a.m., EDT. at all Ticketmaster locations, online at and by calling 800-745-3000.

Designed by Cirque du Soleil veterans Scèno Plus, Ovation Hall creates an elevated concert experience for more than 5,000 fans by making the expansive space feel decidedly intimate. Every seat has an unobstructed view of the performer and a state-of-the-art sound system puts the audience in the center of the action with immersive audibility.

Revel opened its doors April 2 for an eight-week preview culminating in the resort premiere on Memorial Day weekend. Spanning 6.3 million square feet and standing 47 stories tall in Atlantic City, Revel is bringing a true resort option to the Northeast. The beachfront destination is smoke-free and features 1,800 rooms with an ocean view, two performance spaces, more than a dozen restaurants, two nightclubs, a dayclub, spa, beach club, retail shops and a casino.

Speaking of hot tickets, 22-year-old Swedish DJ Avicii will also be performing at Revel on June 16th, his only tour stop in the tri-state area. It will be Revel’s first electronica performance and tickets go on sale  May 8th.

Fore more information on Revel Resort and to book yourself a weekend getaway in Atlantic City visit!

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