Beyonce and Jay Z Tour | Tour Dates & Info

It’s official: the megastar couple of Beyoncé and Jay-Z will launch a tour stopping in at least 13 cities across America this summer. The tour, named after their “Part II (On the Run)” single, kicks off June 25 in Miami before going on to other cities such as Philadelphia, Dallas, Toronto and Chicago. They will be wrapping up on Aug. 5 in San Francisco. While there is a stop at Los Angeles’ Rose Bowl, the Brooklyn-favorite couple has not announced any Barclays Center dates. Instead, Jay Z and Beyoncé will be at Metlife Stadium on July 11.
Exclusive tickets for the On The Run Tour go on sale Tuesday morning to members of Queen Bey’s “Beyhive,” with a general sale to the public expected Friday. Check out the tour dates below.

Date
Event
Jun 258:00 PM Jay-Z & BeyonceSun Life Stadium – Miami Gardens, FL From $84
Jun 288:00 PM Jay-Z & BeyonceGreat American Ball Park – Cincinnati, OH From $88
Jul 18:00 PM Jay-Z & BeyonceGillette Stadium – Foxborough, MA From $95
Jul 58:00 PM Jay-Z & BeyonceCitizens Bank Park – Philadelphia, PA From $105
Jul 78:00 PM Jay-Z & BeyonceM&T Bank Stadium – Baltimore, MD From $93
Jul 98:00 PM Jay-Z & BeyonceRogers Centre – Toronto, Canada From $77
Jul 118:00 PM Jay-Z & BeyonceMetLife Stadium – East Rutherford, NJ From $1595
Jul 158:00 PM Jay-Z & BeyonceGeorgia Dome – Atlanta, GA From $110
Jul 188:00 PM Jay-Z & BeyonceMinute Maid Park – Houston, TX From $138
Jul 207:30 PM Jay-Z & BeyonceMercedes-Benz Superdome – New Orleans, LA From $87
Jul 228:00 PM Jay-Z & BeyonceAT&T Stadium (formerly Dallas Cowboys Stadium) – Arlington, TX From $72
Jul 248:00 PM Jay-Z & BeyonceSoldier Field Stadium – Chicago, IL From $102
Jul 308:00 PM Jay-Z & BeyonceSafeco Field – Seattle, WA From $96
Aug 28:00 PM Jay-Z & BeyonceRose Bowl – Pasadena, CA From $138
Aug 58:00 PM Jay-Z & BeyonceAT&T Park – San Francisco, CA From $129

This will be the first joint tour for the Drunk in Love pair.  They both did just finish wrapping tours of their own though; Jay Z‘s Magna Carter World Tour ended in January, while Beyoncé finished her Mrs. Carter Tour last month. This all comes not even three months after their stunning performance together at the 2014 Grammys.

In other Carter news, Jay Z announced recently that he would bring his Philadelphia-based Made in America music fest to L.A. Labor Day weekend. Husband and wife made surprise separate appearances at the Coachella Music and Arts Festival recently as well. During Beyonce’s appearance, she shocked fans when she showed up onstage during her sister Solange Knowles’ set, and then broke down into a synchronized dance routine that made the crowd go wild.

Jay Z, meanwhile, joined former nemesis Nas to perform “Dead Presidents II” — the very song that reportedly caused the legendary rift between the two rappers.

Stay tuned for more info on our favorite power couple.

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