Just announced: The Beyoncé and Jay-Z tour is coming to Detroit

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Who runs the world? Well, Beyoncé, mostly. But the rumors of a joint tour are true Beyoncé and her husband Jay Z are on the run and they're coming to Detroit.

A follow-up to 2014's On The Run Tour (which excluded Detroit), On The Run II is slated for 36-cities, and will kick off in Cardiff, Wales on June 6. The power couple will take the stage at Ford Field on Monday, Aug. 13.

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This tour follows a publicly tumultuous two years for pop culture's royal family as relationship grievances surrounding Jay-Z's infidelity were aired out on Bey's 2016 release, Lemonade. Jay responded on last year's 4:44. We just hope they're still "Crazy in Love," OK?

Tickets go on sale on Monday, March 19 at 10 a.m. via Ticketmaster.com and will range from $20-$320. Beyhive fan club members and Tidal subscribers will get their opportunity at pre-sale on Wednesday, March 14 at 9 a.m.



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