Beyoncé and Jay-Z to bring 'On the Run II' tour to Lincoln Financial Field this summer

Beyoncé and Jay-Z have officially announced dates for their highly anticipated “On the Run II” tour, which will bring them to Philly for a joint show this summer.

The superstar couple will play Lincoln Financial Field on July 30, three days into the North American leg of the “On the Run II” tour. Tickets go on sale to the general public March 19. Members of Beyoncé’s fan club the Beyhive, which you can join online, get early access to tickets starting March 14 at 9 a.m.

The tour announcement comes following speculation of a potential run of dates last week, when an event listing advertising a Beyoncé and Jay-Z concert coincidentally at Lincoln Financial Field popped up on the Beyoncé Facebook fan page. It was quickly deleted, but not before fans noticed a full list of tour dates briefly added to the Ticketmaster website, which was also later removed.

Beyoncé and Jay-Z last toured together in 2014 for the initial “On the Run” tour. That run of dates brought them to Citizens Bank Park, which Inquirer music critic Dan DeLuca called a “knockout of a show.”

The pair have joined one another onstage since then, performing together at a Beyoncé show at East Rutherford, New Jersey’s MetLife stadium in 2016. Last week, they released a music video for their joint track “Family Feud” off of Jay-Z’s lastest album, 4:44.

The “On The Run II” tour kicks off its US run July 25 in Cleveland. The full list of North American dates is below:

  • July 25 — Cleveland, OH — FirstEnergy Stadium
  • July 28 — Washington, DC — FedEx Field
  • July 30 — Philadelphia, PA — Lincoln Financial Field
  • Aug. 02 — E. Rutherford, NJ — MetLife Stadium
  • Aug. 05 — Boston, MA — Gillette Stadium
  • Aug. 08 — 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. 02 — Vancouver, BC — BC Place