Published: Tue, March 13, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Hattie Nash

Jay-Z, Beyonce tour will stop August 5 at Gillette in Foxboro

Jay-Z, Beyonce tour will stop August 5 at Gillette in Foxboro

Last week, Ticketmaster accidentally released details of the highly anticipated Beyoncé & Jay-Z Tour.

In the Bay Area, that means Beycone and Jay-Z are performing September 29 at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara.

- The Beyhive in buzzing after Beyoncé announced she and Jay-Z are set to tour again this summer.

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The dream couple will play FirstEnergy Stadium on July 25.

The celebrity couple's 2018 tour is called "OTR II" and starts June 6 in Cardiff, UK.

The On The Run II tour is presented by Live Nation Global Touring in association with Beyonce's Parkwood Entertainment and Jay's Roc Nation.

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The tour is the second one that Beyonce and Jay-Z have done together following 2014's On The Run tour. Beyoncé's critically acclaimed, bat-swinging surprise album "Lemonade" arrived in 2016, swirling up infidelity gossip, while Jay's Grammy-nominated 13th album "4:44" was both an apology and return for the NY icon.

The tour begins June 6 in the United Kingdom and will span European cities and 21 North American stops.

The tour closed with two worldwide dates in Paris, France that was filmed for an HBO special that received an Emmy nomination.

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