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Beyoncé Gifted Kamala Harris $1.6K Tickets to the Renaissance World Tour

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Kamala Harris received a noteworthy gift from Beyoncé last year.

The vice president, 59, was given tickets to Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour concert from the singer herself, according to financial disclosure reports released on Wednesday, May 15, and obtained by NBC News

The concert tickets were valued at $1,655.92.

Financial disclosures from President Joe Biden and Vice President Harris are released annually, and neither reported any conflicts of interest this past year, per NBC. 

Harris previously shared a glimpse into what she and husband Doug Emhoff wore for the concert held at FedExField in Landover, Maryland, on social media.

In the photo from August, she posed in a sparkly button-up top with white wide-leg pants and matching gold pointy-toe shoes and jewelry, while Emhoff opted for a black blazer over a white dress shirt and dark pants with navy blue sneakers.

“Thanks for a fun date night, @Beyonce!” Harris wrote on Instagram and Twitter (now known as X).

Beyoncé performs onstage in New Jersey during the Renaissance World Tour on July 29, 2023.

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She also shared in an interview with PEOPLE in October that one of the songs on the Renaissance album, “Break My Soul,” was particularly special to her. 

“I just love that song,” Harris admitted. “I play it all the time. I think it’s one of the anthems for women . . . when [Beyoncé says] ‘you,’ you could be life, you could be a person, you could be a situation. You will not break my soul. I can endure.”

Harris’ financial disclosure reports also revealed that she received tickets to an HBCU Celebration Bowl courtesy of ESPN. The game at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta featured her alma mater Howard University as they played against Florida A&M. Those tickets were priced at $1,890.

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She and Emhoff reported an income of $117,000 from royalties and cash and retirement accounts, according to NBC News. Their financial holdings tallied about $2.89 million after selling and trading stocks last year, per the outlet.

As for the president and his wife, Dr. Jill Biden, they reported financial holdings of at least $1 million, and also shared that they owed between $375,000 and $815,000 in mortgages and loans, the outlet reported.

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