Jay-Z y Beyoncé announce OTR II Tour


Four years after joining forces for the first time on the On The Run tour (2014), Jay-Z and Beyoncé have just announced a new joint world tour in which they will perform 14 concerts in Europe and 22 in North America. The stadium tour, which will be called OTR II, will start on 6 June in Cardiff (United Kingdom), to visit later other cities in the UK, The Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, Germany, Poland, Italy, the Olympic Stadium in Barcelona on 11 July and finally Paris. Later, the couple will start the North American Tour at the FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland and the tour will end in Canada, at the BC Place in Vancouver on October, 2.

Tickets will go on sale Monday, March 14 or March, 19 at LiveNation.com. On-sale dates and times will vary depending on the city. Also, some presales will start some days earlier by the hand of Tidal, City (official card of the tour) and also on the local pages of LiveNation.

Jay-Z & Beyoncé OTR II Tour

June, 6 Cardiff, UK          Principality Stadium

June, 9 Glasgow, UK      Hampden Park

June, 13 Manchester, UK            Etihad Stadium

June, 15 London, UK      London Stadium

June, 19 Amsterdam, NL             Amsterdam Arena

June, 23 Conpenhague, 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 Milano, IT              San Siro

July, 8 Rome, IT                Stadio Olimpico

July, 11 Barcelona, ES    Estadio Olímpico

July, 14 Paris, FR              Stade de France

July, 23 Cleveland, OH   FirstEnergy Stadium

July, 28 Washington, DC               FedEx Field

July, 30 Philadelphia, PA              Lincoln Financial Field

August, 2 E. 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 ángeles, CA Rose Bowl

September, 27 San Diego, CA    SDCCU Stadium

September, 29 Santa Clara, CA Levi's Stadium

October, 2 Vancouver, BC           BC Place