This is not a hoax, people. Beyoncé and JAY-Z have officially announced their On The Run II Tour.

After Ticketmaster kept "accidentally" posting the tickets online then retracting it, Bey went on Instagram today (March 12) to let the world know that the tour is really happening with her hubby JAY-Z.

No doubt, this is a prime time for the two to embark on another tour. Both of their most recent albums, Jay's 4:44 and Bey's Lemonade received wide critical and fan acclaim, with both of them offering a study on blackness, black excellence, resiliency, strength and of course, their marriage and that pesky "Becky."

They also just dropped a fiery track together with DJ Khaled, "Top Off," which finds both of them stunting pretty hard on everything from the criminal justice system, to folks who need to sign non-disclosure agreements to party with royalty.

As for OTR II, Beyhive, Tidal, and Citi pre-sales will be available on March 14, with general public sales kicking off on March 19. Visit rocnation.com for more info.

  • June 06    Cardiff, UK        Principality Stadium
  • June 09    Glasgow, UK        Hampden Park
  • June 13    Manchester, UK        Etihad Stadium
  • June 15    London, UK        London Stadium
  • June 19    Amsterdam, NL        Amsterdam Arena
  • June 23    Copenhagen, DK    Parken Stadium
  • June 25    Stockholm, SW        Friends Arena
  • June 28    Berlin, DE        Olympiastadion
  • June 30    Warsaw, PL        Stadion Narodowy
  • July 03    Cologne, DE        RheinEnergieStadion
  • July 06    Milan, IT        San Siro
  • July 08    Rome, IT        Stadio Olimpico
  • July 11    Barcelona, ES        Olympic Stadium
  • July 14    Paris, FR        Stade de France
  • July 17    Nice, FR        Allianz Riviera
  • July 25    Cleveland, OH        FirstEnergy Stadium
  • July 28    Washington, DC    FedEx Field
  • July 30    Philadelphia, PA    Lincoln Financial Field
  • Aug. 02    E. Rutherford, NJ    MetLife Stadium
  • Aug. 05    Boston, MA        Gillette Stadium
  • Aug. 08    Minneapolis, MN    US Bank Stadium
  • Aug. 10    Chicago, IL        Soldier Field
  • Aug. 13    Detroit, MI        Ford Field
  • Aug. 18    Buffalo, NY        New Era Field
  • Aug. 23    Nashville, TN        Vanderbilt Stadium
  • Aug. 25    Atlanta, GA        Mercedes Benz Stadium
  • Aug. 29    Orlando, FL        Camping World Stadium
  • Aug. 31    Miami, FL        Hard Rock Stadium
  • Sept. 11    Arlington, TX        AT&T Stadium
  • Sept. 13    New Orleans, LA    Mercedes-Benz Superdome
  • Sept. 15    Houston, TX        NRG Stadium
  • Sept. 19    Phoenix, AZ        University of Phoenix Stadium
  • Sept. 22    Los Angeles, CA    Rose Bowl
  • Sept. 27    San Diego, CA        SDCCU Stadium
  • Sept. 29    Santa Clara, CA    Levi’s Stadium
  • Oct. 02    Vancouver, BC        BC Place

 

 

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