JAY-Z AND BEYONCE OFFICIALLY UNVEIL ON THE RUN II TOUR DATES

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The music world’s biggest power couple are hitting the road once again. On Monday morning (March 12), Beyonce uploaded three Instagram posts announcing the coming of her and Jay-Z’s On the Run II Tour, which will mark the pair’s second global trek together.

The uploads include a simple black and white poster featuring an old school whip and the phrase, “OTR II” floating above it. The second is a video that includes footage of Hov and Bey onstage together previously, along with footage of them posing for new promo shots supporting On the Run II.

This news arrives just about a week after Bey shared their dates for the On the Run II Tour and retracted it mere moments later. We all knew it was coming, but now it’s official.

Tickets will go on sale to the general public through LiveNation.com and other ticket outlets beginning next Monday (March 19). This Wednesday (March 14), Tidal subscribers and Beyhive members will have access to a ticket pre-sale beginning at 9 a.m. in the U.S. and 10 a.m. for folks in the U.K.

Peep the dates for OTR II below, and check out Beyonce’s Instagram posts announcing the second installment of the On the Run Tour below.

Jay-Z and Beyonce’s European On the Run II Tour Dates

June 6—Cardiff, U.K.—Principality Stadium
June 9—Glasgow, U.K.—Hampden Park
June 13—Manchester, U.K.—Etihad Stadium
June 15—London, U.L.—London Stadium
June 19—Amsterdam, Netherlands—Amsterdam Arena
June 23—Copenhagen, Denmark—Parken Stadium
June 25—Stockholm, Sweden—Friends Arena
June 28—Berlin, Germany—Olympiastadion
June 30 —Warsaw, Poland—Stadion Narodowy
July 3—Cologne, Germany—RheinEnergieStadion
July 6—Milan, Italy—San Siro
July 8—Rome, Italy—Stadio Olimpico
July 1l—Barcelona, Spain—Olympic Stadium
July 14—Paris, France—Stade de France
July 17—Niche, France—Allianz Riviera

Jay-Z and Beyonce’s North American On the Run II Tour Dates

July 25—Cleveland, Ohio—FirstEnergy Stadium
July 28—Washington, D.C.—FedEx Field
July 30—Philadelphia, Pa.—Lincoln Financial Field
Aug. 2—E. Rutherford, N.J.—MetLife Stadium
Aug. 5—Boston, Mass.—Gillette Stadium
Aug. 8—Minneapolis, Minn.—US Bank Stadium
Aug. 10—Chicago, Ill.—Soldier Field On sale March 19
Aug. 13—Detroit, Mich.—Ford Field On sale March 19
Aug. 18—Buffalo, N.Y.—New Era Field
Aug. 23 Nashville, Tenn.—Vanderbilt Stadium
Aug. 25—Atlanta, Ga.—Mercedes Benz Stadium
Aug. 29—Orlando, Fla.—Camping World Stadium
Aug. 31—Miami, Fla.—Hard Rock Stadium
Sept. 11—Arlington, Texas—AT&T Stadium
Sept. 13—New Orleans, La.—Mercedes-Benz Superdome
Sept. 15—Houston, Texas—NRG Stadium
Sept. 19—Phoenix, Ariz.—University of Phoenix Stadium
Sept. 22—Los Angeles, Calif.—Rose Bowl
Sept. 27—San Diego, Calif.—SDCCU Stadium
Sept. 29—Santa Clara, Calif.—Levi’s Stadium
Oct. 2—Vancouver, B.C.—BC Place

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