As Beyoncé fans will tell you, she can do pretty much anything. One thing she cannot do, however, is control the weather (yet).
The superstar’s concert in Raleigh, N.C. on Tuesday night — part of her ongoing “Formation World Tour” — was suspended by officials due to lighting storms just after 10 p.m., local news channel WNCN reports.
The concert venue, the Carter-Finley Stadium at North Carolina State University, has been evacuated, with the fans being sheltered inside the neighboring PNC Arena. Hundreds more are reportedly still stuck in traffic en route to the stadium amid the downpour.
The Beyhive needn’t fret, however, as a subsequent announcement from organizers said their Queen is scheduled to be back on stage by 11.20 p.m.
Just enough time for the crowd to get in formation.
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