Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Jay Z and Beyoncé reportedly touring together this June

It seems very likely! Page Six reports that the musical power couple might be heading out on a 20-city U.S. tour together beginning in June.

Jay Z and Beyoncé reportedly touring together this June

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It seems very likely! Page Six reports that the musical power couple might be heading out on a 20-city U.S. tour together beginning in June. 

Jay Z and Beyoncé recently wrapped up their own solo stadium tours, in support of their new albums, and the two frequently collaborated on each other’s latest tracks, including “Drunk in Love” and “Part II (On The Run).” 

One of the dates will bring them to New York City on July 4.

With the annual Made in America Festival just around the corner, is it safe to say that the duo may perform together as a headlining act?

UPDATE: The Los Angeles Times reports that the tour will be named the 'Mr and Mrs. Carter Tour" and a formal announcement is forthcoming. The show will launch on June 13 in Atlanta and end on August 6 in San Francisco. Follow the U.S. dates, the pair plans to take the show to Europe.

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