You can take a Beyoncé and Jay-Z inspired tour of The Louvre now

The Carters visited the French museum in the video for 'APESHIT.'

A tour inspired by Beyoncé and Jay-Z has been introduced to The Louvre.

The Carters visited the famous Paris museum in the video for their joint track ‘APESHIT.’ The clip showed them in front of several iconic works of art, including the Mona Lisa and the Venus de Milo.

Now, fans can take a 90-minute guided tour through the gallery inspired by the music video. The route visits the relevant works in the same order as they are seen in the Ricky Saiz-directed video, with full details of the tour available on The Louvre’s website. Fans can embark on the trail Wednesday to Thursday and Saturday to Sunday.


Beyoncé and Jay-Z are currently in the middle of the ‘On The Run II’ tour after surprise releasing a joint album, ‘Everything Is Love‘. During the couple’s Warsaw show on June 30, Beyoncé was forced to climb down a ladder after a stage malfunction.

A “flying stage” stopped moving, leaving her stranded until the crew could get a ladder to the star. As she waited, Beyoncé danced and blew kisses to the crowd.

During the Carters’ London show, they paid tribute to those who died in and were affected by last summer’s Grenfell Tower fire. “I’d like to dedicate this song to the friends and families of the victims of Grenfell,” Beyoncé told the crowd before ‘Young Forever’.


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