Beyoncé fans waited outside in the wind and rain for nearly 12 hours to get a good spot at the international superstar's first UK performance in her World tour, which kicked off at the LG Arena in Birmingham last night.
More fans are camping out today to bag themselves the front row in tonight's second sell out performance.
Tickets sold out in minutes when they went on sale earlier this year.
The cheapest seated tickets have a face value of £55, but some are now fetching upwards £180 on internet auction sites.
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