Jay-Z and Beyoncé are touring together again

On The Run II: it’s official

One of the music industry’s worst kept secrets is officially on. Four years after their first On The Run tour, Jay-Z and Beyoncé have announced that they’ll be hitting the road again for On The Run II, with a slew of dates scheduled across Europe and North America.

Last week, a Ticketmaster posting accidentally revealed that Bey and Jay were gearing up for the big announcement, and today the power couple have revealed official details of their co-headline shows. The tour starts in Cardiff in June and travels across Europe throughout July before going stateside later that month with a date in Cleveland. It runs across the continent until a final Vancouver show in October.

Whether or not this means that the duo’s long-rumoured collaborative album will be released to mark the occasion remains to be seen, but the duo have enough material between them to play a greatest hits show a few times over as it is.

Watch a trailer for the tour and check out the full dates below.

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
August 02: E. Rutherford, NJ MetLife Stadium
August 05: Boston, MA Gillette Stadium
August 08: Minneapolis, MN US Bank Stadium
August 10: Chicago, IL Soldier Field
August 13: Detroit, MI Ford Field
August 18: Buffalo, NY New Era Field
August 23: Nashville, TN Vanderbilt Stadium
August 25: Atlanta, GA Mercedes Benz Stadium
August 29: Orlando, FL Camping World Stadium
August 31: Miami, FL Hard Rock Stadium
September 11: Arlington, TX AT&T Stadium
September 13: New Orleans, LA Mercedes-Benz Superdome
September 15: Houston, TX NRG Stadium
September 19: Phoenix, AZ University of Phoenix Stadium
September 22: Los Angeles, CA Rose Bowl
September 27: San Diego, CA SDCCU Stadium
September 29: Santa Clara, CA Levi’s Stadium
October 02: Vancouver, BC BC Place