Beyoncé and Jay-Z Extend OTR II Tour

Beyoncé and Jay-Z Extend OTR II Tour

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Hubwav Staff
posted by at Mar 20, 2018 at 2:49 pm
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The power couple announced additional dates to their On The Run II stadium tour. The tour will kick off on June 6th in Cardiff and hit 15 cities across the U.K. and Europe. As for North America, Bey and Jay will stop in 21 different cities.

The On the Run II tour is presented by Live Nation Global Touring, in association with Parkwood Entertainment and Roc Nation.

In 2014, the beloved couple embarked on the On the Run tour—-in which they performed six weeks of sold-out stadium concerts across North America. They ended the run with a set of shows in Paris, France.

The tickets to OTR II went on sale to the general public March 19 via LiveNation.com. Beyhive members, Citi card members, and TIDAL subscribers were given access to pre-sale tickets last week.

Take a look at the updated dates right below.

June 6: Principality Stadium in Cardiff, UK

June 9: Hampden Park in Glasgow, UK

June 13: Etihad Stadium in Manchester, UK

June 15 London Stadium in London, UK

June 19: Amsterdam Arena in Amsterdam, NL

June 20: Amsterdam Arena in Amsterdam, NL

June 23: Parken Stadium in Copenhagen, DK

June 25: Friends Arena in Stockholm , SW

June 28: Olympiastadion in Berlin, DE

June 30: Stadion Narodowy in Warsaw, PL

July 3: RheinEnergieStadion in Cologne, DE

July 6: San Siro in Milan, IT

July 8: Stadio Olympico in Rome, IT

July 11: Olympics Stadium in Barcelona, ES

July 14: Stade de France in Paris, FR

July 17: Allianz Riviera in Nice, FR

July 25: FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland, OH

July 27: FedEx Field in Washington, D.C.

July 28: FedEx Field in Washington, D.C.

July 30: Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, PA

Aug. 2: MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ

Aug. 3: MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ

Aug. 5: Gillette Stadium in Boston, MA

Aug. 8: US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, MN

Aug. 10: Soldier Field in Chicago, IL

Aug. 11: Soldier Field in Chicago, IL

Aug. 13: Ford Field in Detroit, MI

Aug. 16: Ohio Stadium in Columbus, OH

Aug. 18: New Era Field in Buffalo, NY

Aug. 23: Vanderbilt Stadium in Nashville, TN

Aug. 24: Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta, GA

Aug. 26: Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta, GA

Aug. 29: Camping World Stadium in Orlando, FL

Aug. 31: Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, FL

Sept. 11: AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX

Sept. 13: Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, LA

Sept. 15: NRG Stadium in Houston, TX

Sept. 19: University of Phoenix Stadium in Phoenix, AZ

Sept. 22: Rose Bowl in Los Angeles, CA

Sept. 23: Rose Bowl in Los Angeles, CA

Sept. 27: SDCCU Stadium in San Diego, CA

Sept. 29: Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, CA

Oct. 2: BC Place in Vancouver, BC

Oct. 4: CenturyLink Field in Seattle, WA