Beyoncé and Jay-Z Announce the On The Run II Tour

This is not a drill, I repeat… this is not a drill! After rumors about the return of the On The Run tour have been swirling, Beyoncé and Jay-Z announced that they will be joining forces and hitting the road for the On The Run II stadium tour.

On Monday (March 12), Queen Bey took to Instagram to confirm the exciting news after she shared a trio black-and-white photos confirming the impending tour. One of the posts included a video of a smitten Bey and Jay performing together and cuddling off-stage to Sean Paul’s “I’m Still in Love with You.”

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A follow-up to their massive 2014 joint tour, the OTR II stadium tour will kick off in June for 15-day European leg before coming to North America to finish out the highly anticipated tour. The 21- show North American leg of the tour will span across several cities in the United States and Canada. During the summer of 2014, the “Drunk in Love” collaborators hit the stage for their sold out tour across North America. The trek closed with two international dates in Paris, France – which included a surprised appearance from Nicki Minaj. The shows were filmed for an HBO special that received an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Special Class Program in 2015 and a Grammy for Best Music Film.

Tickets for all dates go on pre-sale March 14th for members of the Beyhive and Tidal subscribers and will be widely available March 19th through LiveNation and all usual ticket outlets. For more information about the tour, check it out here.


June 06            Cardiff, UK @ Principality Stadium

June 09            Glasgow, UK @ Hampden Park

June 13            Manchester, UK @ Etihad Stadium

June 15            London, UK @ London Stadium

June 19            Amsterdam, NL @ Amsterdam Arena

June 23            Copenhagen, DK @ Parken Stadium

June 25            Stockholm, SW @ Friends Arena

June 28            Berlin, DE @ Olympiastadion

June 30            Warsaw, PL @ Stadion Narodowy

July 03              Cologne, DE @ RheinEnergieStadion

July 06              Milan, IT @ San Siro

July 08              Rome, IT @ Stadio Olimpico

July 11              Barcelona, ES @ Olympic Stadium

July 14              Paris, FR @ Stade de France

July 17              Nice, FR @ Allianz Riviera


July 25              Cleveland, OH @ FirstEnergy Stadium

July 28              Washington, DC @ FedEx Field

July 30              Philadelphia, PA @ Lincoln Financial Field

Aug. 02             E. Rutherford, NJ @ MetLife Stadium

Aug. 05             Boston, MA @ Gillette Stadium

Aug. 08             Minneapolis, MN @ US Bank Stadium

Aug. 10             Chicago, IL @ Soldier Field

Aug. 13             Detroit, MI @ Ford Field

Aug. 18             Buffalo, NY @ New Era Field

Aug. 23             Nashville, TN @ Vanderbilt Stadium

Aug. 25             Atlanta, GA @ Mercedes Benz Stadium

Aug. 29             Orlando, FL @ Camping World Stadium

Aug. 31             Miami, FL @ Hard Rock Stadium

Sept. 11            Arlington, TX @ AT&T Stadium

Sept. 13            New Orleans, LA @ Mercedes-Benz Superdome

Sept. 15            Houston, TX @ NRG Stadium

Sept. 19            Phoenix, AZ @ University of Phoenix Stadium

Sept. 22            Los Angeles, CA @ Rose Bowl

Sept. 27            San Diego, CA @ SDCCU Stadium

Sept. 29            Santa Clara, CA @ Levi’s Stadium

Oct. 02              Vancouver, BC @ BC Place

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