Beyoncé and JAY-Z have officially announced the dates for their joint On The Run II Tour, which will kick off on June 6 in Cardiff, UK. The global tour will hit fifteen cities in Europe and twenty-one in the US, with the first US city being Cleveland, Ohio at the FirstEnergy Stadium on July 25.
Rumors about the tour first surfaced last week when Beyoncé dropped a video of her and JAY-Z backed by Martia Aitken’s “I’m Still In Love With You,” which you can view above.
Tickets for the On The Run II Tour go on sale March 19 with pre-sale becoming available March 14. Check out the tour dates below and see if they will be stopping in your city!
Cardiff, Wales – Principality Stadium (June 6)
Glasgow, Scotland – Hampden Park (June 9)
Manchester, England – Etihad Stadium (June 13)
London, England – London Stadium (June 15)
Amsterdam, Netherlands – Amsterdam Arena (June 19)
Copenhagen, Denmark – Parken Stadium (June 23)
Stockholm, Sweden – Friends Arena (June 25)
Berlin, Germany – Olympiastadion (June 28)
Warsaw, Poland – Stadion Narodowy (June 30)
Cologne, Germany – RheinEnergieStadion (July 3)
Milan, Italy – San Siro (July 6)
Rome, Italy – Stadio Olimpico (July 8)
Barcelona, Spain – Olympic Stadium (July 11)
Paris, France – Stade de France (July 14)
Nice, France – Allianz Riviera (July 17)
Cleveland, OH – FirstEnergy Stadium (July 25)
Washington, DC – FedEx Field (July 28)
Philadelphia, PA – Lincoln Financial Field (July 30)
East Rutherford, NJ – MetLife Stadium (August 2)
Boston, MA – Gillette Stadium (August 5)
Minneapolis, MN – US Bank Stadium (August 8)
Chicago, IL – Soldier Field (August 10)
Detroit, MI – Ford Field (August 13)
Buffalo, NY – New Era Field (August 18)
Nashville, TN – Vanderbilt Stadium (August 23)
Atlanta, GA – Mercedes Benz Stadium (August 25)
Orlando, FL – Camping World Stadium (August 29)
Miami, FL – Hard Rock Stadium (August 31)
Arlington, TX – AT&T Stadium (September 11)
New Orleans, LA – Mercedes-Benz Superdome (September 13)
Houston, TX – NRG Stadium (September 15)
Phoenix, AZ – University of Phoenix Stadium (September 19)
Los Angeles, CA – Rose Bowl (September 22)
San Diego, CA – SDCCU Stadium (September 27)
Santa Clara, CA – Levi’s Stadium (September 29)
Vancouver, British Columbia – BC Place (October 2)
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