Fans don’t call Beyoncé Knowles-Carter Queen Bey for no reason. Yesterday (June 20), the mayor of Minneapolis and the governor of Minnesota awarded the Houston native with her own day as her “Renaissance World Tour” stopped in the city.

“Beyoncé is a world-renowned singer, artist, and producer. With the most Grammy awards in history, we couldn’t be more excited to have her performing in MPLS tonight. I’m beyond excited to proclaim today as Bey Day in the city of Minneapolis,” Mayor Jacob Frey tweeted.

In the mayor’s 10 separate “whereas” proclamation clauses, he made a few references to the “Break My Soul” singer and her former group Destiny’s Child. “Whereas Beyoncé has helped raise ‘Bills, Bills, Bills’ for nonprofit organizations to advance feminism and equal rights,” one clause read.

After opening up the global experience in Europe, Beyoncé is now on the North American leg of her tour, which kicked off in Toronto before heading to Philadelphia. Along with Frey, Governor Tim Walz issued a proclamation. “I might be governor of Minnesota, but we all know who runs the world,” he wrote on Twitter. “Welcome to Minnesota, Beyoncé!”

The Grammy Award winner’s world tour has been one for the books. Besides surprising fans with performances from her daughter Blue Ivy Carter, who has participated in almost every show, Beyoncé has delighted fans with several merchandising opportunities. When the “Formation” superstar headed to Canada, she brought her RENAISSANCE Flagship in a partnership with retailer Holt Renfrew. His store featured Beyoncé’s 21-piece fashion collection to celebrate her RENAISSANCE era and more.

On July 19, the Dreamgirls star made another surprising announcement. On her official site, Beyoncé revealed she’s releasing her untitled “eau de parfum,” her first perfume line in almost 10 years. The $160 bottle was crafted and designed by the entertainment mogul. And shipments for the fragrance will begin in November and are said to include a “special gift” with each purchase.