Jay Z & Beyonce Announce "On The Run" Stadium Tour Dates
Jay Z and Beyonce team up for "On The Run," a 16-date stadium tour presented by Chase.
Jay Z and Beyonce have announced their upcoming On The Run tour.
Their 16-date joint stadium tour, which is sponsored by Chase, according to Billboard, is scheduled to kick off June 25 in Miami, Florida and it is set to close its curtains August 5 in San Francisco, California.
Chase members and Beyonce Fan Club members are slated to have the first chance to obtain pre-sale tickets tomorrow (April 29). General pre-sale is set to begin May 1.
Jay Z's Shawn Carter Foundation is reportedly set to make $1 from each ticket sale as part of Beyonce's charitable #BeyGOODinitiative campaign. The Shawn Carter Foundation was created to provide scholarships to underserved students.
Rumors of the tour have been ongoing. Some speculated the joint tour might be called "The Mr. And Mrs. Carter Tour." Jay Z’s most recent tour was the Magna Carter World Tour, which stretched from 2013 into 2014. Beyonce’s last run was The Mrs. Carter Show, which wrapped in March 2014. Jay Z and Beyonce have worked and performed together many times throughout their careers. In January, the duo performed their Beyonce single “Drunk In Love” together at the Grammys.
A promotional image is below, followed by the tour dates.
The tour dates are as follows:
Wednesday, June 25, Miami, FL, Sun Life Stadium
Saturday, June 28, Cincinnati, OH Great American Ballpark
Tuesday, July 1, Foxborough, MA Gillette Stadium
Saturday, July 5, Philadelphia, PA Citizen's Bank Park
Monday, July 7, Baltimore, MD, M & T Bank Stadium
Wednesday, July 9 Toronto, ON, Rogers Centre
Friday, July 11 East Rutherford, NJ, MetLife Stadium
Tuesday, July 15 Atlanta, GA, Georgia Dome
Friday, July 18 Houston, TX, Minute Maid Park
Sunday, July 20 New Orleans, LA, Mercedes-Benz Superdome
Tuesday, July 22 Dallas, TX, AT&T Stadium
Thursday, July 24 Chicago, IL, Soldier Field
Sunday, July 27 Winnipeg, MB, Investor Group Field
Wednesday, July 30 Seattle, WA, Safeco Field
Saturday, August 2 Los Angeles, CA Rose Bowl
Tuesday, August 5 San Francisco, CA AT&T Park