Beyonce And Jay Z To Go "On The Run" Together: 15 US Summer Gigs Announced
So far there are 15 tour US dates set up, with speculation about a fall European tour still going strong.
They had to do it, just had to. Following weeks of speculation and radio silence on their end, Beyonce and Jay Z have finally announced their joint summer tour dates. The powerhouse couple are planning to go on a 16-city On the Run tour, and tickets have already been made available to a select few. Members of Beyonce’s fan club will be the first to be able to purchase tickets starting Tuesday, April 29 at 8 a.m., followed by Chase debit and credit customers at 10 a.m.
The biggest couple in music are uniting for the summer tour of all summer tours.
According to Variety, Jay and Bey’s Run will start in Miami, at the Sun Life Stadium on June 25th. They will close the tour with a gig in San Francisco – August 5th at AT&T Park. The general public will have their shot at the tickets on Friday, May 2 through Live Nation’s website and mobile app.
Meanwhile, European fans will have to wait a while longer and see whether there’s any truth to the fall European tour rumours. They’ve certainly had ample practice on the arena circuit.
In addition to the recently announced “Made in America” festival slated for late August, Jay Z spent much of last year on the “Legends of the Summer” tour with Justin Timberlake and Beyonce’s 132-date “Mrs. Carter Show World Tour” wrapped in March. As for the sets, they are likely to include most of Bey’s self titled album (and her Mrs Carter lineup that we know and love already) and Jay Z’s Magna Carta, as well as some guaranteed crowd pleasers like the couple’s Drunk in Love and Crazy in Love.
The setlist is bound to include Jay's Magna Carta and Beyonces's latest self-titled album.
The full list of tour dates is below.
6/25 Miami, FL - Sun Life Stadium
6/28 Cincinnati, OH - Great American Ballpark
7/1 Foxborough, MA - Gillette Stadium
7/5 Philadelphia, PA - Citizen’s Bank Park
7/7 Baltimore, MD - M & T Bank Stadium
7/9 Toronto, ON - Rogers Centre 8
7/11 East Rutherford, NJ - MetLife Stadium
7/15 Atlanta, GA - Georgia Dome
7/18 Houston, TX - Minute Maid Park
7/20 New Orleans, LA - Mercedes-Benz Superdome
7/22 Dallas, TX - AT&T Stadium
7/24 Chicago, IL - Soldier Field
7/27 Winnipeg, MB - Investor Group Field
7/30 Seattle, WA - Safeco Field
8/2 Los Angeles, CA - Rose Bowl
8/5 San Francisco, CA - AT&T Park