Jay Z and Beyoncé to announce joint tour?

Reports suggest the couple will tour US stadiums this summer

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Jay-Z and Beyoncé could be set to announce a joint US stadium tour, according to reports.

The married couple regularly appear during each other's live shows, with Jay Z performing with Beyoncé in London earlier this year when the Mrs Carter Tour arrived at the O2 Arena in February. The New York Post reports that a 20-date US stadium tour will be announced shortly, with a show in New York set to take place on July 4.

This past weekend saw both members of the couple making separate cameo appearances at Coachella in California. Beyoncé arrived onstage in a fedora and floral outfit during the last song of her sister Solange's set in the Gobi Tent. The large crowd began screaming and shouting as soon as Beyoncé was spotted onstage and the grinning siblings performed a synchronised dance routine together to 'Losing You'. They hugged as the track came to an end.

Meanwhile, Jay Z featured as Nas brought 'Illmatic' to the US festival.

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