Leave it to Beyoncé to keep fans on their toes. The “Formation” singer announced Monday that she’s hitting the road once again with husband, rapper Jay-Z, for “On the Run II” tour.
The news of the power couple’s tour comes after a single date scheduled for July in Philadelphia hit Ticketmaster and the Beyoncé’s Facebook page. But this was quickly retracted minutes after it surfaced online. It’s arrival, however, managed to shake the Internet as fans were preparing their wallets for the possibility for a joint tour.
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This collaborative effort marks the pair’s first combined tour since their sold out “On the Run” in hit North American cities in 2014. According to Billboard, the tour generated more than $100 million in box office sales.
“On the Run 2” is set to make waves globally with dates in North America and Europe. Beyoncé and Jay-Z are expected to kick off their tour in late July with a stop in Cleveland, but their last performance is scheduled for Vancouver, British Columbia, in early October. No announcements have been made about whether the pair will have an opening act, however.
Pre-sale for the anticipated tour begins Wednesday, with a sale for the general public subsequently following this on Monday, March 19. Here are the dates where you’ll have a chance to see Queen Bey and Jay-Z hit the stage together once again:
7/25 Cleveland, OH FirstEnergy Stadium
7/28 Washington, DC FedEx Field
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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
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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, BC BC Place
This article was first written by Newsweek
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