Beyoncé and Jay Z add more shows to ‘On The Run II’ UK and EU tour due to phenomenal demand

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Beyoncé and Jay Z have added even more dates to their UK, European and World ‘On The Run II’ tour due to phenomenal demand. Full schedule and ticket details are below.

The couple previously headed on the road together for their ‘On The Run’ co-headlining tour in 2014. Now, they’ve announced a sequel run of shows calling at 15 cities across the UK and Europe, before visiting 21 cities in North America. Cardiff will host the opening night of the tour, before they visit Glasgow, Manchester, London and the continent.

Now, due to phenomenal demand, more dates have been announced for

Tour dates and tickets


The full list of ‘On The Run II’ tour dates is below – with the newly announced shows highlighted. Tickets are available here,

6 Cardiff, Wales – Principality Stadium

9 Glasgow, Scotland – Hampden Park
13 Manchester, England – Etihad Stadium
15 London, England – London Stadium
16 London, England – London Stadium*

19 Amsterdam, Netherlands – Amsterdam Arena
20 Amsterdam, Netherlands – Amsterdam Arena3#
23 Copenhagen, Denmark – Parken Stadium
25 Stockholm, Sweden – Friends Arena
28 Berlin, Germany – Olympiastadion
30 Warsaw, Poland – Stadion Narodowy

3 Cologne, Germany – RheinEnergieStadion

6 Milan, Italy – San Siro
8 Rome, Italy – Stadio Olimpico
11 Barcelona, Spain – Olympic Stadium
14 Paris, France – Stade de France
15 Paris, France – Stade de France

17 Nice, France – Allianz Riviera
25 Cleveland, OH – FirstEnergy Stadium
27 Washington, D.C. – FedEx Field
28 Washington, DC – FedEx Field
30 Philadelphia, PA – Lincoln Financial Field

*On sale from 9am on Friday March 29
#On sale from 9am on Wednesday March 26


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2 East Rutherford, NJ – MetLife Stadium

3 East Rutherford, NJ – MetLife Stadium
5 Boston, MA – Gillette Stadium
8 Minneapolis, MN – US Bank Stadium
10 Chicago, IL – Soldier Field
11 Chicago, IL – Soldier Field
13 Detroit, MI – Ford Field
16 Columbus, OH – Ohio Stadium
18 Buffalo, NY – New Era Field
21 Columbia, SC – Williams-Brice Stadium
23 Nashville, TN – Vanderbilt Stadium
25 Atlanta, GA – Mercedes Benz Stadium
26 Atlanta, GA – Mercedes Benz Stadium
29 Orlando, FL – Camping World Stadium
31 Miami, FL – Hard Rock Stadium

11 Arlington, TX – AT&T Stadium

13 New Orleans, LA – Mercedes-Benz Superdome
15 Houston, TX – NRG Stadium
19 Phoenix, AZ – University of Phoenix Stadium
22 Los Angeles, CA – Rose Bowl
23 Los Angeles, CA – Rose Bowl
27 San Diego, CA – SDCCU Stadium
29 Santa Clara, CA – Levi’s Stadium

2 Vancouver, British Columbia – BC Place

4 Seattle, WA – CenturyLink Field

Beyonce and Jay-Z performing live



This comes after Pitchfork reported that a US tour date recently leaked online, with the listing stating that both Beyonce and Jay would play Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field on July 30.

The listing has since been deleted, but you can see a screenshot below.

There was also speculation over a joint UK tour, after eagle-eyed fans spotted a new landing page for ‘Beyoncé and Jay Z tickets’ on Ticketmaster’s UK site. The page was deleted shortly after screengrabs were shared across social media.

This would come after the huge success of their most recent albums ‘Lemonade‘ and ‘4:44‘ – both of which famously had tracks that discussed Jay Z’s reported infidelity.

Last summer, it was reported that Beyonce was working on ‘new music and a surprise tour’.

“Beyoncé is already hard at work, having the twins has inspired her,” a source claimed. “She has been recording new material and is planning a surprise tour for her fans too – expect an announcement soon. She is more determined than ever and feels inspired by having her babies recently.”

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The unnamed source added: “Beyoncé has hired nannies to help with the twins and she’s been writing and recording new material while working hard to get back in shape. There is no way she is going to step away for a few years to raise her kids, that is not on her agenda at the moment, she’s raring to go again.”

Beyoncé released her last album, ‘Lemonade’, in April 2016. Her next major live date is headlining Coachella 2018 in April.

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