Summer tour dates of Beyonce and Jay-Z announced

On Monday morning, Beyonce and Jay-Z have announced a joint summer tour.

Summer tour dates of Beyonce and Jay-Z announced

The tour is a much-anticipated spinoff to their blockbuster duel trek, 2014 “On the Run.” Dubbed as “OTR II,” the jaunt will begin from 6th June in Cardiff, UK and continues through 15 European cities before reaching North America on 25th July at Cleveland’s FirstEnergy Stadium.

On 14th March at 9 a.m. in North America, the members of the Beyhive and TIDAL subscribers will be having a pre-sale opportunity for all the tour dates. Earlier, the source has told PEOPLE that the couple has planned to return to the stage together. The insider has said, “They are incredibly excited. It took a lot of work to make this happen. It’s the best choice for their family.”

As per the source, the music super-couple will be joined by their children— 6-year-old daughter Blue Ivy and 9-month-old twins Sir and Rumi. The insider has said that they will all travel together and have a fun family adventure. Both Beyonce and Jay-Z grappled with problems in their married life but they have put their difficulties behind them.

They appeared at the 2018 Grammys in February and their forthcoming tour is an opportunity to showcase their reinforced bond— in time for their 10th wedding anniversary in April. The tour dates are given below:


6th June in Cardiff, UK | Principality Stadium (On sale March 23)

9th June in Glasgow, UK | Hampden Park (On sale March 23)

13th June in Manchester, UK | Etihad Stadium (On sale March 23)

15th June in London, UK | London Stadium (On sale March 23)

19th June in Amsterdam, NL | Amsterdam Arena (On sale March 19)

23rd June in Copenhagen, DK | Parken Stadium (On sale March 19)

25th June in Stockholm, SW | Friends Arena (On sale March 23)

28th June in Berlin, DE | Olympiastadion (On sale March 19)

30th June in Warsaw, PL | Stadion Narodowy (On sale March 23)

3rd July in Cologne, DE | RheinEnergieStadion (On sale March 19)

6th July in Milan, IT | San Siro (On sale March 19)

8th July in Rome, IT | Stadio Olimpico (On sale March 19)

11th July in Barcelona, ES | Olympic Stadium (On sale March 19)

14th July in Paris, FR | Stade de France (On sale March 19)

July 17 Nice, FR | Allianz Riviera (On sale March 19)


25th July in Cleveland, OH | FirstEnergy Stadium (On sale March 19)

28th July in Washington, DC | FedEx Field (On sale March 19)

30th July in Philadelphia, PA | Lincoln Financial Field (On sale March 19)

2nd August in E. Rutherford, NJ | MetLife Stadium (On sale March 19)

5th August in Boston, MA | Gillette Stadium (On sale March 19)

8th August in Minneapolis, MN | US Bank Stadium (On sale March 19)

10th August in Chicago, IL | Soldier Field (On sale March 19)

13th August in Detroit, MI | Ford Field (On sale March 19)

18th August in Buffalo, NY | New Era Field (On sale March 19)

23rd August in Nashville, TN | Vanderbilt Stadium (On sale March 19)

25th August in Atlanta, GA | Mercedes Benz Stadium (On sale March 19)

29th August in Orlando, FL | Camping World Stadium (On sale March 19)

31st August in Miami, FL | Hard Rock Stadium (On sale March 19)

11th September in Arlington, TX | AT&T Stadium (On sale March 19)

13th September in New Orleans, LA | Mercedes-Benz Superdome (On sale March 19)

15th September in Houston, TX | NRG Stadium (On sale March 19)

19th September in Phoenix, AZ | University of Phoenix Stadium (On sale March 19)

22nd September in Los Angeles, CA | Rose Bowl (On sale March 19)

27th September in San Diego, CA | SDCCU Stadium (On sale March 19)

29th September in Santa Clara, CA | Levi’s Stadium (On sale March 19)

2nd October in Vancouver, BC | BC Place (On sale March 19)