The tour to support the rapper's newest album is set to kick off at Manchester Arena on October 3 and wrap up at Netherlands' Amsterdam Ziggo Dome on October 29.
Jay-Z has announced the dates for his European tour in support of his new album, "Magna Carta... Holy Grail". The tour, which is set to kick off at Manchester Arena in U.K. on October 3, will include a three-night concert at London O2 Arena on October 10-12.
The rapper will also visit European countries like France, Norway and Germany before heading to Netherlands on October 29 to wrap up the tour at Amsterdam Ziggo Dome. Tickets for U.K. dates will be available on July 19.
Jay-Z has just started his and Justin Timberlake's "Legend of the Summer" tour. The tour began at London's Yahoo! Wireless Festival on Sunday, July 14. The duo will next be seen taking the stage at Toronto's Rogers Centre on Wednesday, July 17.
They will also perform in twelve stadiums across the U.S. at several iconic sites, including Yankee Stadium, Fenway and the Rose Bowl. The tour finishes on August 16 in Miami.
Released on July 4 via a customized app for Samsung users, "Magna Carta... Holy Grail" is currently sitting at No. 1 on U.K.'s chart. In the U.S., the album has gone platinum, thanks to his $5 million deal with Samsung.
- Oct. 3 - U.K. - Manchester Arena
- Oct. 6 - Ireland - Dublin 02 Arena
- Oct. 8 - U.K. - Birmingham NIA Arena
- Oct. 10 - U.K. - London O2 Arena
- Oct. 11 - U.K. - London O2 Arena
- Oct. 12 - U.K. - London O2 Arena
- Oct. 17 - France - Paris-Bercy
- Oct. 18 - France - Paris-Bercy
- Oct. 20 - Switzerland - Zurich Hallenstadion
- Oct. 21 - Belgium - Antwerp Sportpaleis
- Oct. 23 - Norway - Oslo Spektrum
- Oct. 25 - Sweden - Stockholm, Globe
- Oct. 27 - Germany - Hamburg 02 World
- Oct. 28 - Germany - Cologne Lanxess Arena
- Oct. 29 - Netherlands - Amsterdam Ziggo Dome