Julian Dakdouk

That is officially a wrap! Beyoncé on Sunday night closed out her globetrotting Renaissance World Tour with a grand finale taking over GEHA Field At Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City.

The superstar has been trekking across the world in support of her 2022 album Renaissance, which has seen the singer travel across 10 different countries with 56 shows, finishing off with stops in her home state of Texas, playing in Dallas and her hometown Houston before capping it all off with the show in Kansas City.

To top it all off, Bey closed out the epic KC show and moments after walking off stage, she confirmed the release of her concert film Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé, which will be released in movie theaters worldwide in December.

The upcoming film, which will certainly provide a big boost for the otherwise sleepy December box office, will premiere Dec. 1 and it will screen on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays for around four weeks in theaters such as AMC, Regal, Cinemark and Harkins, with tickets starting at $22 for standard viewings as well as premium, large-format screens such as IMAX and Dolby Cinema also available.

“Early December is a historically slow period," said Shawn Robbins, chief analyst at BoxOffice.com. “This year’s slate during that time was certainly a bit thin before Beyoncé staked her claim. There’s no question, having her fans come out to support her music and artistry on the big screen will fill some of that gap and continue to change how the industry approaches rare but occasional dead zones on the calendar when Hollywood studios aren’t releasing blockbusters.”

See photos from Beyoncé's Kansas City and Dallas shows below, by Julian Dakdouk.