Beyoncé & Jay Z Bringing 'OTR II' Stadium Tour To Nashville

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Beyoncé and Jay-Z will be bringing their "On the Run II" world tour to Orlando's Camping World Stadium on August 29. The announcement was made this morning in a video posted to Beyonce's Instagram page.

As of now, the tour will run in North America and Europe.

The tour kicks off on 6 June in Cardiff, Wales and will see the pair perform 15 shows across the United Kingdom and Europe.

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"If you remember correctly, Beyonce and JAY-Z have been channeling Bonnie and Clyde ever since they dropped their "'03 Bonnie and Clyde" single.

In 2014, Beyoncé and Jay-Z toured together, with shows at MetLife Stadium and other venues, on their On the Run Tour. They are also still going with the bandits theme in 2018, along with some reconciliation for good measure.

Tickets will go on sale starting Monday, March 19, at and all usual outlets. Jay joined Beyonce onstage in New Jersey for the final date of her Lemonade tour in September 2016.

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Pre-sale tickets will be march 16 at 10am, and general sale is scheduled for march 19.

Beyonce and Jay-Z announced Monday their stadium tour, which will include a stop in San Diego.

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