Beyonce and Jay-Z Announce ‘On The Run II’ joint tour, see dates, venue

Beyonce and Jay-Z Announce 'On The Run II' joint tour, see dates, venue

American power couple, Beyonce and Jay Z have both announced a joint tour themed “On the Run II” which will come as a sequel edition to the 2014 ‘On The Run’ tour by the couple.

Beyoncé and Jay-Z however seem to have mapped out the plans as the couple have released the schedule for their joint tour including the dates and venues for the event in the UK, Europe and North America.

The tour will however be geared towards the promotion of Beyonce’s 2016 album, Lemonade and Jay Z’s 2017 album 4:44.

The couple is expected to surpass its 2014 earnings from the OTW I joint tour where it raked in no less than $109 million.

The 2018 tour will kick off in the UK at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium on 6 June, followed closely by a June 9 performance at the Glasgow’s Hampden Park and June 13 performance in Manchester’s Etihad Stadium.

The June 13 appearance will be followed closely by a performance at the London Stadium slated for June 15.

See the tour schedule for the ‘On The Run II’ tour below:

U.K./European tour dates:

June 06 — Cardiff, U.K. — Principality Stadium
June 09 — Glasgow, U.K.— Hampden Park
June 13 — Manchester, U.K. — Etihad Stadium
June 15 — London — London Stadium
June 19 — Amsterdam — Amsterdam Arena
June 23 — Copenhagen — Parken Stadium
June 25 — Stockholm — Friends Arena
June 28 — Berlin — Olympiastadion
June 30 — Warsaw — Stadion Narodowy
July 03 — Cologne, Germany — RheinEnergieStadion
July 06 — Milan, Italy — San Siro
July 08 — Rome — Stadio Olimpico
July 11 — Barcelona — Olympic Stadium
July 14 — Paris — Stade de France
July 17 — Nice, France — Allianz Riviera

North American tour dates:

July 25 — Cleveland — FirstEnergy Stadium
July 28 — Washington — FedEx Field
July 30 — Philadelphia — Lincoln Financial Field
Aug. 02 — East Rutherford, New Jersey — MetLife Stadium
Aug. 05 — Boston — Gillette Stadium
Aug. 08 — Minneapolis — US Bank Stadium
Aug. 10 — Chicago — Soldier Field
Aug. 13 — Detroit — Ford Field
Aug. 18 — Buffalo, New York — New Era Field
Aug. 23 — Nashville, Tennessee — Vanderbilt Stadium
Aug. 25 — Atlanta — Mercedes Benz Stadium
Aug. 29 — Orlando, Florida — Camping World Stadium
Aug. 31 — Miami — Hard Rock Stadium
Sept. 11 — Arlington, Texas — AT&T Stadium
Sept. 13 — New Orleans — Mercedes-Benz Superdome
Sept. 15 — Houston — NRG Stadium
Sept. 19 — Phoenix — University of Phoenix Stadium
Sept. 22 — Los Angeles — Rose Bowl
Sept. 27 — San Diego, California — SDCCU Stadium
Sept. 29 — Santa Clara, California — Levi’s Stadium
Oct. 02 — Vancouver, British Columbia — BC Place