Jay Z, Beyoncé Announce On The Run Tour + Dates

Brandon Caldwell | 4/28/2014, 9:21 a.m.
Jay Z & Beyoncé announce their ON THE RUN Stadium Tour kicking off in Miami on June 25th.
Flyer for Jay Z & Beyoncé's upcoming On The Run tour.

The rumors are indeed true, Jay Z & Beyoncé are heading on tour together. The Carters announced via press release of their upcoming ON THE RUN TOUR sponsored by Chase Bank. The 16-date trek kicks off June 25th at Miami's Sun Life Stadium and concludes on August 5th at AT&T Park. Far as Houston is concerned, the duo will be playing Houston's Minute Maid Park on July 18th and Dallas fans will get to see The Carters inside of AT&T Stadium on July 22nd. That my friends is how you skip your good friend's wedding.

Exclusively, Chase credit and debit customers will receive advance access to purchase tickets from Tuesday, April 29 at 10am through 10pm local time. A non-exclusive presale window will continue through Thursday, May 1 at 10pm local time. Chase credit and debit customers will also have exclusive access to purchase a Chase Lounge VIP ticket package which includes a private pre-show lounge with food, drinks, music and more.

Tickets for “ON THE RUN TOUR: BEYONCE AND JAY Z” go on sale to the general public starting Friday, May 2 through the Live Nation Mobile APP and at www.livenation.com. “On The Run: Beyonce and JAY Z,” in partnership with #BeyGOOD, will donate $1 from every ticket purchased to the Shawn Carter Foundation to support students. Additionally, a portion of the proceeds from each Chase Lounge VIP Ticket Package will also be donated to The Shawn Carter Foundation.

For date listings and tickets, click here

June 25 – Miami, FL Sun Life Stadium

June 28 – Cincinnati, OH Great American Ballpark

July 1 – Foxborough, MA Gillette Stadium

July 5 – Philadelphia, PA Citizen’s Bank Park

July 7 – Baltimore, MD M & T Bank Stadium

July 9 – Toronto, ON Rogers Centre

July 11 – East Rutherford, NJ MetLife Stadium

July 15 – Atlanta, GA Georgia Dome

July 18 – Houston, TX Minute Maid Park

July 20 – New Orleans, LA Mercedes-Benz Superdome

July 22 – Dallas, TX AT&T Stadium

July 24 – Chicago, IL Soldier Field

July 27 – Winnipeg, MB Investor Group Field

July 30 – Seattle, WA Safeco Field

August 2 – Pasadena, CA Rose Bowl

August 5 – San Francisco, CA AT&T Park