We’re so crazy in love with this tour! Bey and Jay officially announced they were hitting the road together on April 28 — and pre-sale tickets go on sale on April 29. Get all their tour dates below!
Beyonce and Jay Z are bringing their love to the 16 different stages! Beginning on June 25, they will head on their first-ever tour together, titled On the Run. Jay posted the tour announcement on his Facebook, while Beyonce shared it on her website — and their photo really makes us want to go!
Beyonce & Jay Z’s ‘On The Run’ Tour
The name of the tour, On The Run, comes from HOV’s 2013 hit, “Part II (On the Run)” which featured Bey, and is a continuation of their ’03 hit, “Bonnie & Clyde.”
Jay announced the news, sharing that the couple is partnering with #BeyGOOD, donating $1 a ticket to the Shawn Carter Foundation, which helps to further the education of children in low-income families. #BeyGOOD, is Beyonce’s campaign that includes many ways for fans to give back.
Below are the full tour dates for On the Run, beginning in Florida!
June 25 Norland, Florida — Sun Life Stadium
June 28 Cincinnati, Ohio — Great American Ballpark
July 1 Foxborough, Massachusetts — Gillette Stadium
July 5 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania — Citizens Bank Park
July 7 Baltimore, Maryland — M & T Bank Stadium
July 8 Toronto, Ontario — Rogers Centre
July 11 East Rutherford, New Jersey — MetLife Stadium
July 15 Atlanta, Georgia – Georgia Dome
July 18 Houston, Texas – Minute Maid Park
July 20 New Orleans, Louisiana – Mercedes-Benz Supderdome
July 22 Dallas, Texas – AT&T Stadium
July 24 Chicago, Illinois – Soldier Field
July 27 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada – MB Investors Group Field
July 30 Seattle, Washington – Safeco Field
August 2 Los Angeles, California – Rose Bowl
August 5 San Fransisco, California – AT&T Park
Special pre-sale tickets for members of Beyonce’s fan club will be available from 10 AM to 10 PM on April 29. The general pre-sale begins at 10 p.m. on May 1, and general tickets go on sale May 2. Will you go see the On the Run tour, HollywoodLifers?
— Emily Longeretta