Queen Bey Coming To U.S. Bank Stadium 8/8


Jay-Z and Beyoncé are bringing the OTR II Tour to U.S. Bank Stadium on August 8. 

The On the Run II Tour is the second co-headlining stadium tour by American singer Beyoncé and rapper Jay-Z. It was officially announced on March 12, 2018, and began on June 6, 2018 in Cardiff. It is scheduled to end on October 4, 2018 in Seattle.[2] This is their first tour together since On the Run Tour in 2014.

Following the show in London on June 16, 2018, the pair released their collaborative album Everything Is Loveexclusively on Tidal. The news of the duo’s new album was announced by a showing of the music video for its lead single, “Apeshit,” followed by a sign on stage which announced “ALBUM OUT NOW.” The release was then shared on the artists’ respective Instagram and Facebook profiles with the artist of the album being dubbed as The Carters. On the same day, the music video for “Apeshit”, was released on Beyoncé’s official YouTube channel.

A few tickets are left here.


Remaining Tour Dates:

7/30          Philadelphia, PA         Lincoln Financial Field       

8/2            E. Rutherford, NJ        MetLife Stadium     

8/5            Boston, MA                   Gillette Stadium            

8/8            Minneapolis, MN        US Bank Stadium                

8/10          Chicago, IL                   Soldier Field                     

8/13          Detroit, MI                   Ford Field                         

8/18          Buffalo, NY                   New Era Field           

8/23          Nashville, TN               Vanderbilt Stadium             

8/25          Atlanta, GA                   Mercedes Benz Stadium      

8/29          Orlando, FL                  Camping World Stadium         

8/31          Miami, FL                      Hard Rock Stadium              

9/11           Arlington, TX               AT&T Stadium                   

9/13           New Orleans, LA          Mercedes-Benz Superdome       

9/15           Houston, TX                  NRG Stadium                          

9/19           Phoenix, AZ                   University of Phoenix Stadium       

9/22           Los Angeles, CA           Rose Bowl                           

9/27           San Diego, CA               SDCCU Stadium        

9/29           Santa Clara, CA            Levi’s Stadium                           

10/2           Vancouver, BC              BC Place