It's Confirmed! Beyonce and Jay-Z to Embark on 'On the Run II' Joint Tour
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Beyonce takes to Instagram to announce the good news, sharing a black-and-white picture of the couple and a 45-second teaser clip for the tour.

AceShowbiz - Fans of the Carters need to prepare their wallet soon. After weeks of rumors and speculations, Beyonce Knowles finally confirmed that she would be going on a joint tour with husband Jay-Z. The songstress took to Instagram on Monday morning, March 12 to share the good news.

Along with a black-and-white picture of the couple riding a motorbike together, Bey also shared a 45-second teaser clip for the tour. Set to Sean Paul's "I'm Still in Love with You", the clip features the couple performing together and cuddling onstage. There are also home video footage of Bey and Jay.

"On the Run II" will kick off on June 6 in Cardiff, Wales and will stop in 15 cities across the U.K. and Europe and 21 cities in North America. The tour is scheduled to wrap up on October 2 in Vancouver.

Pre-sale tickets for the tour will go on sale on Wednesday, March 14 at 9 A.M. PST. Beyhive members and Tidal subscribers will have access to the pre-sale tickets. Meanwhile, tickets will go on sale to the general public starting from March 19.

Rumors of their joint tour began swirling earlier this month after Laura Stylez of Hot 97's "Ebro in the Morning" talked about it on air. An insider previously revealed to PEOPLE that both Bey and Jay "are incredibly excited. It took a lot of work to make this happen. It's the best choice for their family."

According to the insider, Bey and Jay will be joined on the road by their children, daughter Blue Ivy and twins Sir and Rumi. "They will all travel together and have a fun family adventure," the insider continued, adding that the power couple had been working on new music together. "They have been working on new music together that will be included in their tour."

Beyonce and Jay-Z 2018 "On the Run" Tour Dates:

  • June 6: Cardiff, U.K. -- Principality Stadium
  • June 9: Glasgow, U.K. -- Hampden Park
  • June 13: Manchester, U.K. -- Etihad Stadium
  • June 15: London, U.K. -- 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 3: Cologne, DE -- RheinEnergieStadion
  • July 6: Milan, IT -- San Siro
  • July 8: 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 2: East Rutherford, NJ -- MetLife Stadium
  • August 5: Boston, MA -- Gillette Stadium
  • August 8: 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 2: Vancouver, BC -- BC Place

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