Beyoncé and Jay-Z announced a joint stadium tour that will go all over the US and Europe — here are the dates

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  • Beyoncé and Jay-Z have announced the tour dates for their joint stadium tour, “On the Run II.”
  • The global tour follows the couple’s 2014 “On the Run” tour, which grossed over $95 million.
  • Find the tour dates below.

Beyoncé and Jay-Z have announced the tour dates for their upcoming, joint stadium tour, “On the Run II.”

The global tour kicks off with a 15-stop European tour on June 6 at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, UK.

The 21-show North American leg of the tour starts July 25 at the FirstEnergy Stadium stadium in Cleveland, Ohio.

“On the Run II” is a follow-up to the couple’s wildly successful 2014 “On the Run” tour, which was named after Jay-Z’s song “Part II (On the Run)” and grossed over $95 million.

Tickets for the tour go on sale on March 19 at Live Nation.

Here are the dates:

UK and European tour:

June 6 – Cardiff, UK at Principality Stadium

June 9 – Glasgow, UK at Hampden Park

June 13 – Manchester, UK at Etihad Stadium

June 15 – London, UK at London Stadium

June 19 – Amsterdam, NL at Amsterdam Arena

June 23 – Copenhagen, DK at Parken Stadium

June 25 – Stockholm, SW at Friends Arena

June 28 – Berlin, DE at Olympiastadion

June 30 – Warsaw, PL at Stadion Narodowy

July 3 – Cologne, DE at RheinEnergieStadion

July 6 -Milan, IT at San Siro

July 8 – Rome, IT at Stadio Olimpico

July 11 – Barcelona, ES at Olympic Stadium

July 14 – Paris, FR at Stade de France

July 17 – Nice, FR at Allianz Riviera

North American tour:

July 25 – Cleveland, OH at FirstEnergy Stadium

July 28 – Washington, DC at FedEx Field

July 30 – Philadelphia, PA at Lincoln Financial Field

Aug. 2 – E. Rutherford, NJ at MetLife Stadium

Aug. 5 – Boston, MA at Gillette Stadium

Aug. 8 – Minneapolis, MN at US Bank Stadium

Aug. 10 – Chicago, IL at Soldier Field

Aug. 13 – Detroit, MI at Ford Field

Aug. 18 – Buffalo, NY at New Era Field

Aug. 23 – Nashville, TN at Vanderbilt Stadium

Aug. 25 – Atlanta, GA Mercedes at Benz Stadium

Aug. 29 – Orlando, FL at Camping World Stadium

Aug. 31 – Miami, FL at Hard Rock Stadium

Sept. 11 – Arlington, TX at AT&T Stadium

Sept. 13 – New Orleans, LA at Mercedes-Benz Superdome

Sept. 15 – Houston, TX at NRG Stadium

Sept. 19 – Phoenix, AZ at University of Phoenix Stadium

Sept. 22 – Los Angeles, CA at Rose Bowl

Sept. 27 – San Diego, CA at SDCCU Stadium

Sept. 29 – Santa Clara, CA at Levi’s Stadium

Oct. 02 – Vancouver, BC at BC Place