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If you’re getting your concert budget in order for 2018, you may want to add in another big one. It looks like Beyoncé and Jay Z will be hitting the road together for the first time since 2014, with an announcement for On The Run 2 popping up online on Monday.
The initial date for the joint tour was announced on Ticketmaster and on Beyoncé’s Facebook page, with Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia given the first date on Monday, July 30. The announcement was quickly removed, but a few fans managed to get in a fast Ctrl+Prt Scrn to keep the receipts.
— Brandon Irizarry (@bjzarry1234) March 5, 2018
A tour with the famous couple would make sense in 2018. Bey aired the couple’s dirty laundry in 2016’s Lemonade, Jay answered with his apology album 4:44 in 2017, and the couple recently welcomed twins Rumi and Sir. Bey also celebrated the couple’s 15th anniversary of their collaboration “Bonnie and Clyde” back in October 2017 on her social media, possibly a nod that she was ready to hit the road once more with her husband.
Additionally, Beyoncé is currently gearing up for her do-over at Coachella after having to drop out of the headlining slot in 2017 due to her pregnancy. We’re pretty sure Beyoncé is already ready for a tour, but now she’s like, really ready.
The pair also worked together on Jay’s 4:44 album, recording the single “Family Feud” and releasing the star-studded music video in December 2017.
Over the weekend, Bey and Jay teamed up again on DJ Khaled’s latest track “Top Off,” sharing the mic with Future. Taking on everything from police brutality, to Meek Mill’s incarceration, to possibly shading Kim Kardashian and her Paste Magazine cover with Bey’s line “I break the internet, top two and I ain’t number two,” the song has the couple hitting hard at the haters.
A Beyoncé and Jay Z tour may be uncertain, but what we do know is that the couple is having fun working together once again.
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