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Jay Z & Beyoncé make your summer by confirming tour

The rumor is true: Jay Z and Beyoncé have announced their On The Run joint tour, which will kick off this summer.

Fans of Jay Z and Beyoncé rejoiced all over when their upcoming joint tour, On The Run, was confirmed on Monday, April 28.

The famous duo will kick-start their concert tour in Florida on June 25 and will end it in San Francisco on August 5, with stops in Canada along the way, Refinery29 reported. The announcement was made by Beyoncé herself when she posted a promotional poster of the tour on her website.

Beyonce Jay Z Tour Promo Poster

Photo courtesy of Beyoncé/

The promo artwork features the married couple in an embrace wearing mugger-style ski masks and with the words “On the Run Tour — Jay Z, Beyoncé.” The look is supposed to reference their collaboration in their “’03 Bonnie & Clyde” single.

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Other duets that will likely be performed on the tour include “Drunk in Love,” “Crazy in Love,” “Déjà Vu” and “Part II (On the Run).”

Tickets will go on pre-sale for Beyoncé’s fan club members starting at 8:00 a.m. on Tuesday, while Chase members will be able to pre-order theirs from 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., also on Tuesday. Regular ticket sales will begin May 2.

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Ending her Mrs. Carter Show World Tour in March, Beyoncé performed 132 concerts over the past several months. Jay Z is set to headline the Budweiser Made in America music festival over Labor Day weekend in September. While no word was made official until today, the rumor mill went into overdrive when reports of a joint tour surfaced earlier this month.

The tour dates for On The Run are as follows:

June 25 – Miami, Florida – Sun Life Stadium

June 28 – Cincinnati, Ohio – Great American Ball Park

July 1 – Foxborough, Massachusetts – Gillette Stadium

July 5 – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – Citizens Bank Park

July 7 – Baltimore, Maryland – M&T Bank Stadium

July 9 – Toronto, Ontario, Canada – Rogers Centre

July 11 – East Rutherford, New Jersey – MetLife Stadium

July 15 – Atlanta, Georgia – Georgia Dome

July 18 – Houston, Texas – Minute Maid Park

July 20 – New Orleans, Louisiana – Mercedes-Benz Superdome

July 22 – Dallas, Texas – AT&T Stadium

July 24 – Chicago, Illinois – Soldier Field

July 27 – Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada – MB Investors Group Field

July 30 – Seattle, Washington – Safeco Field

August 2 – Los Angeles, California – Rose Bowl

August 5 – San Francisco, California – AT&T Park

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