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Beyoncé and JAY-Z officially announce On The Run II Tour

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Last week, someone on Beyoncé’s social media team got a little too excited and announced her upcoming tour with JAY-Z before an actual press release had gone out. The Facebook post was quickly taken down with no follow-up from Bey or Jay’s camp until this morning. Now we know the 36-city On The Run II Tour will kick off June 6 in Cardiff, Wales and wrap four months later in Vancouver, British Columbia, two well-known strongholds for Beyoncé and JAY-Z fans (we presume).


As always, their latest pursuit is backed by TIDAL, which has the official tour trailer. The complete list of European/U.K. and North American tour dates is below. Visit livenation.com, beyonce.com, or rocnation.com for more info on ticket pre-sales and general public sales.

On The Run II U.K./European Tour Dates:

6/6—Cardiff, UK—Principality Stadium

6/9—Glasgow, UK—Hampden Park

6/13—Manchester, UK—Etihad Stadium

6/15–London, UK—London Stadium

6/19—Amsterdam, Netherlands—Amsterdam Arena

6/23—Copenhagen, Denmark— Parken Stadium

6/25—Stockholm, Sweden—Friends Arena

6/28—Berlin, Germany—Olympiastadion

6/30—Warsaw, Poland—Stadion Narodowy

7/3—Cologne, Germany—RheinEnergieStadion

7/6—Milan, Italy—San Siro

7/8—Rome, Italy—Stadio Olimpico

7/11—Barcelona, Spain—Olympic Stadium

7/14—Paris, France—Stade de France

7/17—Nice, France—Allianz Riviera

On The Run II North American Tour Dates:

7/25—Cleveland, OH—FirstEnergy Stadium

7/28—Washington, D.C.—FedEx Field

7/30—Philadelphia, PA—Lincoln Financial Field

8/2—E. Rutherford, NJ—MetLife Stadium

8/5—Boston, MA—Gillette Stadium

8/8—Minneapolis, MN—US Bank Stadium

8/10—Chicago, IL—Soldier Field

8/13—Detroit, MI—Ford Field

8/18—Buffalo, NY—New Era Field

8/23—Nashville, TN—Vanderbilt Stadium

8/25—Atlanta, GA—Mercedes-Benz Stadium

8/29—Orlando, FL—Camping World Stadium

8/31—Miami, FL—Hard Rock Stadium

9/11—Arlington, TX—AT&T Stadium

9/13—New Orleans, LA—Mercedes-Benz Superdome

9/15—Houston, TX—NRG Stadium

9/19—Phoenix, AZ—University Of Phoenix Stadium

9/22—Los Angeles, CA—Rose Bowl

9/27—San Diego, CA—SDCCU Stadium

9/29—Santa Clara, CA—Levi’s Stadium

10/2—Vancouver, British Columbia–BC Place