Confirmed: Beyonce & JAY-Z Announce On The Run II Tour -- See Dates Here!

The rumors have finally been confirmed! Beyoncé officially announced her and husband JAY-Z's On The Run II Tour.

For weeks now, fans of the married couple speculated that a tour was coming soon. These rumors only spread in early March when a Ticketmaster page for JAY and Bey prematurely popped up with a date for a Philadelphia show, but was quickly taken down. Now, we can finally breathe easy because the truth has been revealed and we're SO excited. 

On Bey's Instagram, the star uploaded two posters and an announcement video for the On The Run II Tour. It kicks off on June 6 in the UK and wraps up on Oct. 2 in Vancouver. Beyhive and Citi pre-sale tickets go on sale on Wednesday (March 14). Tickets for the general public will go on sale on Monday (March 19). Take a look at the IG announcement posts below. 

 
 
 

Plus, take a look at all of the On The Run II Tour dates below. More info can be found here

  • June 06    Cardiff, UK        Principality Stadium            
  • June 09    Glasgow, UK        Hampden Park                
  • June 13    Manchester, UK        Etihad Stadium                
  • June 15    London, UK        London Stadium            
  • June 19    Amsterdam, NL        Amsterdam Arena            
  • June 23    Copenhagen, DK    Parken Stadium                
  • June 25    Stockholm, SW        Friends Arena                
  • June 28    Berlin, DE        Olympiastadion                
  • June 30    Warsaw, PL        Stadion Narodowy            
  • July 03    Cologne, DE        RheinEnergieStadion            
  • July 06    Milan, IT        San Siro                
  • July 08    Rome, IT        Stadio Olimpico               
  • July 11    Barcelona, ES        Olympic Stadium            
  • July 14    Paris, FR        Stade de France            
  • July 17    Nice, FR        Allianz Riviera                
  • July 25    Cleveland, OH        FirstEnergy Stadium            
  • July 28    Washington, DC    FedEx Field               
  • July 30    Philadelphia, PA    Lincoln Financial Field            
  • Aug. 02    E. Rutherford, NJ    MetLife Stadium            
  • Aug. 05    Boston, MA        Gillette Stadium                
  • Aug. 08    Minneapolis, MN    US Bank Stadium            
  • Aug. 10    Chicago, IL        Soldier Field                
  • Aug. 13    Detroit, MI        Ford Field                
  • Aug. 18    Buffalo, NY        New Era Field               
  • Aug. 23    Nashville, TN        Vanderbilt Stadium            
  • Aug. 25    Atlanta, GA        Mercedes Benz Stadium       
  • Aug. 29    Orlando, FL        Camping World Stadium        
  • Aug. 31    Miami, FL        Hard Rock Stadium            
  • Sept. 11    Arlington, TX        AT&T Stadium                
  • Sept. 13    New Orleans, LA    Mercedes-Benz Superdome       
  • Sept. 15    Houston, TX        NRG Stadium                
  • Sept. 19    Phoenix, AZ        University of Phoenix Stadium        
  • Sept. 22    Los Angeles, CA    Rose Bowl               
  • Sept. 27    San Diego, CA        SDCCU Stadium            
  • Sept. 29    Santa Clara, CA    Levi’s Stadium                
  • Oct. 02    Vancouver, BC        BC Place    

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