Jay-Z and Beyonce are On The Run and starting their tour, with the same moniker, off with a bang!
The pair took over Cleveland on Wednesday (July 25). which also happened to be the first stop of their OTR II North American leg, performing at FirstEnergy Stadium.
The show features one of the largest stages ever for a concert tour, including two catwalks that extend deep in to the audience and a floating platform that goes over half the length of the stadium. The production is a celebration of love, family and culture, featuring a performance wall embedded within the massive screens, a 26-person vertical orchestra and 17 dancers.
So far, the feedback for the tour has been nothing short of amazing!!. News outlets like Billboard and ‘Rolling Stone’ have had nothing but positive things to say about The Carters’ second joint tour.
“Pop’s number-one power couple reaffirmed their dominance, and the strength of their bond, at a hits-packed, visually stunning show…” – Rolling Stone
“On The Run II delivers… without compromise to exquisite and devastating degrees.” – Billboard
Check out their tour dates and some more photos from their Cleveland show below.
|JAY-Z AND BEYONCÉ OTR II NORTH AMERICAN DATES:|
|July 25||Cleveland, OH||FirstEnergy Stadium|
|July 27||Washington, DC||FedEx Field|
|July 28||Washington, DC||FedEx Field|
|July 30||Philadelphia, PA||Lincoln Financial Field|
|Aug. 02||E. Rutherford, NJ||MetLife Stadium|
|Aug. 03||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. 11||Chicago, IL||Soldier Field|
|Aug. 13||Detroit, MI||Ford Field|
|Aug. 16||Columbus, OH||Ohio Stadium|
|Aug. 18||Buffalo, NY||New Era Field|
|Aug. 21||Columbia, SC||Williams-Brice Stadium|
|Aug. 23||Nashville, TN||Vanderbilt Stadium|
|Aug. 25||Atlanta, GA||Mercedes Benz Stadium|
|Aug. 26||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. 16||Houston, TX||NRG Stadium|
|Sept. 19||Phoenix, AZ||University of Phoenix Stadium|
|Sept. 22||Los Angeles, CA||Rose Bowl|
|Sept. 23||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|
|Oct. 04||Seattle, WA||CenturyLink Field|
SOURCE Live Nation Entertainment