Beyonce & Jay-Z Announce ‘On The Run II’ Tour & Twitter Loses It

Last week, fans around the world held on tightly to their wallets when Ticketmaster released and quickly retracted a potential new tour featuring Beyonce and Jay-Z. The music moguls have been known to break the internet with their career and personal announcements, so a sequel to their highly successful and record-breaking “On The Run Tour” in 2014 made sense. With social media buzzing, fans rushed quickly to Ticketmaster to purchase tickets only to be let down with no mention or word on the glitch.

No word was released from either of the duo’s camp of a possible tour…until today. Around 10 a.m. EST, the couple made the official announcement on Tidal and Beyhivers were alerted via email simultaneously that Yonce and her hubby were going on the run yet again for the “On The Run II”  world tour this summer. Two hours later on Bey’s social media, the mother of three posted promo videos and pictures of the upcoming tour and news quickly spread.

It didn’t take too long before the news spread to Twitter and soon fans everywhere were reacting to the highly anticipated tour.

omfg i’m so happy #OTRII pic.twitter.com/cQ8SyWpiAD

— Maria Lazo ✨ (@msmarialazo) March 12, 2018

IT'S HAPPENING PEOPLE! #OTRII pic.twitter.com/Gc89SzGUXd

— Kristy Barber (@misskristyanna) March 12, 2018

My bday is June 11. Beyoncé is coming on June 15. #OTRII pic.twitter.com/Fgw0tZ4djj

— PRESH. (@preshthegem) March 12, 2018

on the run II is official. prayers were answered. #thankyoujesus

— XoYorsTruly (@iAmYordanos) March 12, 2018

Me clearing my schedule for Wednesday to make sure I get On The Run II tickets the minute they’re on sale pic.twitter.com/qvA8kGkJGT

— Jafar. (@J4F4R_) March 12, 2018

Following the initial excitement over the tour announcement, reality started to settle in, and fans were quickly tweeting about having to pay for the expensive AF tickets.

how Beyoncé was looking at my bank account when she announced #OTRII pic.twitter.com/1gxSVjxIjG

— barry, but make it fashion (@barryettelon) March 12, 2018

Pay my car payment or go on the run a second time ?

— K. (@_justKea) March 12, 2018

On The Run Tour 2 has officially been announced and I’m about to drop MONEY on it 😩😩😩#whatsedc

— Kim ☾ (@_kimcarmona) March 12, 2018

We will all just ‘figure it out’ for #OTRII right …..right 🙏🏻🤪 #Priorities pic.twitter.com/pTEQ1uJcOn

— Krissty Andaur (@krisstyandaur) March 12, 2018

If you were one of the lucky ones to see Bey and Jay “On The Run” for their first tour together four years ago or have been to a Beyonce concert within the last few years, you know that tickets to see the billion dollar couple is far from affordable. Tickets to see the pair can run you anywhere from $300 to thousands of dollars easily.

The tour is set to kick off on June 6 in the UK, then hit the U.S. by  July 25th. Subscribers to Tidal will have access to presale tickets 9 a.m. Wednesday, March 14. There will also be pre-sale tickets available for Citi cardmembers, and members of the Beyhive fan club beginning March 14 at 9 a.m. in North America, and 10 a.m. in the UK and Europe.  Tickets will go on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. March 19 on Ticketmaster.com and  LiveNation.com.

Take a look at the full tour itinerary and let us know if you’ll be joining Bey & Jay on the run this summer.

 Europe Tour Dates


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: 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

North America Tour Dates


July 25: Cleveland, OH, FirstEnergy Stadium

July 28: Washington, DC, FedEx Field

July 30: Philadelphia, PA, Lincoln Financial Field

Aug. 2: E. Rutherford, NJ, MetLife Stadium

Aug. 5: Boston, MA, Gillette Stadium

Aug. 8: Minneapolis, MN, US Bank Stadium

Aug. 10: Chicago, IL, Soldier Field

Aug. 13: Detroit, MI, Ford Field

Aug. 18: Buffalo, NY, New Era Field

Aug. 23: Nashville, TN, Vanderbilt Stadium

Aug. 25: Atlanta, GA, Mercedes Benz Stadium

Aug. 29: Orlando, FL, Camping World Stadium

Aug. 31: Miami, FL, Hard Rock Stadium

Sept. 11: Arlington, TX, AT&T Stadium

Sept. 13: New Orleans, LA, Mercedes-Benz Superdome

Sept. 15: Houston, TX, NRG Stadium

Sept. 19: Phoenix, AZ, University of Phoenix Stadium

Sept. 22: Los Angeles, CA, Rose Bowl

Sept. 27: San Diego, CA, SDCCU Stadium

Sept. 29: Santa Clara, CA, Levi’s Stadium

Oct. 2: Vancouver, BC, BC Place

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