JAY-Z and Beyoncé

JAY-Z & Beyoncé Announce More ‘OTR II’ Tour Dates

Allow the Carters to introduce more shows.

JAY-Z and Beyoncé have announced additional “On the Run II” tour dates in the U.S. and Europe this summer.

Three new North American cities will be getting shows: Columbus, OH; Columbia, SC; and Seattle, WA. Second dates were added in Washington, D.C., East Rutherford, Chicago, Atlanta, and Los Angeles. Amsterdam fans also received a second show.

“OTR II” will be hitting 15 cities across the United Kingdom and Europe, as well as 24 cities in North America. The highly-anticipated trek kicks off June 6 in Cardiff before coming to an end Oct. 4 in Seattle.

Pre-sale for new cities begins March 21 at 5 p.m. for Citi, TIDAL, and BeyHive members. Following that, tickets for the new shows will become available to the general public on March 26.

This is the sequel to JAY-Z and Beyoncé’s 2014 “On the Run Tour,” which spawned an Emmy-nominated HBO documentary. It’s unclear whether this will result in a new album, but Hov has confirmed that it was in the works, at least at one point.

See the newest itinerary below.

OTR II 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 20 – 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 – PGE Narodowy
July 03 – Cologne, DE – RheinEnergieStadion
July 06 – Milan, IT – San Siro
July 08 – 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 27 – Washington, DC – FedExField
July 28 – Washington, DC – FedExField
July 30 – Philadelphia, PA – Lincoln Financial Field
Aug. 2 – E. Rutherford, NJ – MetLife Stadium
Aug. 3 – 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. 11 – Chicago, IL – Soldier Field
Aug. 13 – Detroit, MI – Ford Field
Aug. 16 – Columbus, OH – Ohio Stadium
Aug. 18 – Buffalo, NY – New Era Field
Aug. 21 – Columbia, SC – Williams-Brice Stadium
Aug. 23 – Nashville, TN – Vanderbilt Stadium
Aug. 25 – Atlanta, GA – Mercedes Benz Stadium
Aug. 26 – 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. 23 – 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
Oct. 4 – Seattle, WA – CenturyLink Field