YOU HEARD IT HERE FIRST… ok, well maybe last! This morning, music’s favorite couple, “The Carters”aka Jay-Z and Beyoncé, confirmed prior buzz and announced their 16-city summer tour “On The Run.” Tickets go on sale Friday, May 2. This is a sure opportunity fans don’t want to miss! Tour dates are as follows:
06-25 Miami, FL – Sun Life Stadium
06-28 Cincinnati, OH – Great American Ball Park
07-01 Foxborough, MA – Gillette Stadium
07-05 Philadelphia, PA – Citizens Bank Park
07-07 Baltimore, MD – M and T Bank Stadium
07-09 Toronto, Ontario – Rogers Centre
07-11 East Rutherford, NJ – MetLife Stadium
07-15 Atlanta, GA – Georgia Dome
07-18 Houston, TX – Minute Maid Park
07-20 New Orleans, LA – Mercades-Benz Superdome
07-22 Arlington, TX – AT&T Stadium
07-24 Chicago, IL – Soldier Field
07-27 Winnipeg, Mantioba – Investers Group Field
07-30 Seattle, WA – Safeco Field
08-02 Pasadena, CA – Rose Bowl
08-05 San Francisco, CA – AT&T Park
Although Jay-Z and Beyoncé both released platinum albums this previous year (“Magna Carta Holy Grail” and “Beyoncé”), one can assume that this is what their show will be constructed around. But don’t forget, they are both headlining, and they are both powerhouse performers who won’t be outdone by one another.
Maybe they will surprise the masses like they continue to do, and the show will just be strictly collaborations the two have shared over the past decade, a timeline of hits that demonstrates, as well as celebrates their love from “03’ Bonnie and Clyde” all the way up to “Part II” (“On The Run”).
Whatever the case may be, just expect an epic production filled with originality, passion and most importantly a sold out crowd. 10 plus years later, millions of albums sold, hundreds of millions of dollars earned, Hov and Bey are still standing and still at the top of their game. This could be one for the books.
Will you be buying…? Yes? Well no need to ask. Share your passion for the gods in whichever comment section you fancy.
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