Jay Z - Beyoncé and Jay Z announce tour
Beyoncé and Jay Z have announced a joint US tour for later this year, which will kick off in Miami on June 25.
Beyoncé and Jay Z have announced a joint US tour for later this year.
The 'Drunk In Love' hitmaker and her rapper husband, who have two-year-old daughter Blue Ivy together, will kick off their 'On The Run' tour on June 25 in Miami.
Beyoncé took to Facebook to unveil a tour poster today (28.04.14), showing the couple in an embrace wearing black balaclavas, along with ticket details.
The post reads: ''#OnTheRunTour This Summer. Exclusive Beyhive pre-sale begins tomorrow (29.04.14) at 8am.''
The 32-year-old star and her husband, 44, have collaborated together on a number of occasions and performed on stage at the Grammy Awards earlier this year.
Rumours spread of a joint tour in recent weeks and after the pair wrapped on their own individual tours, with Jay performing 52 dates in support of his 'Magna Carta...Holy Grail' album and Beyoncé concluding her 'Mrs. Carter Show' world tour last month.
Meanwhile, Beyoncé's sister Solange praised her work ethic and how she manages to juggle her career with being a wife and mother.
She told ASOS magazine: ''I have never seen anything like it in my life, from anyone. It's absolutely insane.
''Now that she's become a mother, and the way that she's able to balance that is so inspiring. If I am ever feeling like I want to open up my mouth and complain about how hard I am working, I think, 'Uhhh! Sit down!'.''
June 25 - Miami, FL, Sun Life Stadium
June 28 - Cinicinnatti, OH, Great American Ball Park
July 1 - Foxborough, MA, Gillette Stadium
July 5 - Philadelphia, PA, Citizens Bank Park
July 7 - Baltimore, MD, M&T Bank Stadium
July 9 - Toronto, ONT, Rogers Centre
July 11 - East Rutherford, NJ, Metlife Stadium
July 15 - Atalanta, GA, Georgia Dome
July 18 - Houston, TX, Minute Maid Park
July 20 - New Orleans, LA, Mercedes-Benz Superdome
July 22 - Dallas, TX, AT&T Stadium
July 24 - Chicago, IL, UL 24
July 27 - Winnipeg, MB, Investors Group Field
July 30 - Seattle, WA, Safeco Field
August 2 - Los Angeles, CA, Rose Bowl
August 5 - San Francisco, CA, AT&T Park