Beyonce Earns $24 Million at Dubai’s Atlantis The Royal 
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Beyonce Earns $24 Million from Private Performance at Dubai’s Atlantis The Royal 

Beyonce Knowles has taken $24 million home for her performance at the grand launch of Dubai’s Atlantis, The Royal. The performance termed historic comes as her first full-length show in five years. Beyonce, who had not offered a concert, since the last she did in South Africa, where she raised her voice against poverty, stunned her audience with a historic performance.

Performing as a true diva, Beyonce presented a mix of hits from her music catalog for a one-hour period. Her performance was confirmed by the Atlantis Resorts managing director and vice president Timothy Kelly. He said, “We have actually our Royal Mansion occupied today by Beyonce, it is the most expensive, and, we believe, also the largest mansion in the world.”

Beyonce and Dubai’s Atlantis The Royal

Known as one of the wealthiest black women in the world, Beyonce’s presence at the event further presents Dubai’s Atlantis as a luxury brand for ultra-wealthy individuals. She spared no-frills as she delivered a stellar presentation at the private performance.  The resort spans 63 hectares and contains 795 rooms. It also houses about 92 swimming pools, 17 bars and spectacular views of Palm Island.  The luxury hotel will maximally attend to the growing demand for expensive vacations. The much anticipate resort will see guests pay an average of $1,000 a night to stay in one of its rooms. 

Also, The Royal possesses more than 100 exclusive suites, with the top suite going for $100,000 a night. According to reports, Dubai is expected to cash in from Israeli investors, crypto millionaires, Russians and some newcomers, who will be visiting the city.

Beyonce’s wealth

According to Forbes, Beyonce derives the bulk of her wealth from her multiple clothing lines. One major one is her activewear line, Ivy Park. The wealth of the African American musician can also be tracked to her music career. Reports say Beyonce sold over 75 million records as a solo artist and 60 million with her band Destiny’s child.

Beyonce also won the record for most nominations in Grammy when she received nine new Grammy nominations in November 2022. She is known as the first black woman to headline music festival Coachella. The performance was the most-streamed Coachella video on YouTube ever.

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