Jay Z and his wife, Beyoncé, are planning to go on a 20 date stadium tour in the US, Page Six reports.
Â Aside from this past weekendâs Coachella festivities, it appears that Jay Z and wife, Beyonce, will be spending a lot more time together this summer. According to Page Six, Hov and Bey are planning a 20-city stadium tour in the US this summer.
While little information has been revealed or confirmed for that matter, itâs being reported that the Carterâs will kick start their tour in late June. Musicâs most powerful couple are both just coming off very long tours themselves, as Jay Z finished his 52 date "Magna Carta WorldÂ Tour" in January, and Beyonce just wrapped up her "Mrs. Carter Show"Â world tour at the end of March.
The Carters are no strangers to performing together however. They most recently performed their hit âDrunk In Loveâ on the last night of Beyonceâs world tour in Portugal. (footage of that can be seen below).
Start saving your money now, and we'll keep you updated as more information gets revealed. (or confirmed)
If all remains true, will you be copping tickets?
[UPDATE: Jay Z & Beyonce To Go On "On The Run" Tour]
After rumors started circulating mid-April that Beyonce and Jay Z would be headlining a stadium tour together this summer, we've now received word it's official. The hip-hop power couple will head on the road and visit 16 cities this summer for the "On The Run" tour. The tour kicks off at Sun Life Stadium in Miami, FL on June 25th, and runs until August 5th where the tour finishes in San Francisco at AT&T Park.
Ticket information can be found here, and check the full set of tour dates below.
June 25 - Sun Life Stadium in Norland, Florida
June 28- The Great American Ballpark in Cincinnati, Ohio
July 1- Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts
July 5- Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
July 7- Â M and T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Maryland
July 9- Rogers Centre in Toronto, Ontario
July 11- MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey
July 15- Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Georgia
July 18- Minute Maid Park in Houston, Texas
July 20- Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana
July 22- AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas
July 24- Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois
July 27- Investors Group Field in Winnipeg, Manitoba
July 30- Safeco Field in Seattle, Washington
August 2- Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California
August 5- AT & T Park in San Francisco, California