After over 20,000 people joined the Facebook page and thousands more Kiwi fans rallied together to make it happen, it has finally been announced that international superstar Beyonce Knowles is bringing her Mrs Carter world tour concert to New Zealand.

The country has never hosted a solo performance by the singer, so the show on October 18 is a guaranteed sell-out event that will bring fans from around New Zealand – and possibly the globe – to Auckland’s Vector Arena.

But the issue is, how are these fans planning on converging on the city when flight prices are sure to skyrocket?

If you’re lucky enough to have scored tickets, getting to Auckland in October is the easy part, as it’s simply a matter of booking your New Zealand car hire, packing a bag and hitting the road!

In the North Island, Wellington car and campervan rentals are available for those looking to make an adventure of it and drive up with a group of friends for the big concert.

Fans are likely to see performances of Ms Knowles’ most famous songs, such as the hits ‘Single Ladies’, ‘Halo’ and ‘If I were a Boy’.

The two-hour show has already heated up stages all over Europe with theatrics and musical spectacles that will never be forgotten. The star is currently considered to be one of the best performers in the world.