Husband and wife duo Jay-Z and Beyonce will bring the second edition of their joint On the Run Tour to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans on Sept. 13, 2018. 

Pre-sales for tickets start on Wednesday, March 14. Tickets go on sale to the general public on Monday, March 19.

Ticket prices range from $20 to $290 plus service charges and fees.

Individually and collectively, Beyonce and Jay-Z are no strangers to New Orleans. The couple's first dual On the Run tour visited the Superdome in 2014. Beyonce sold out all 45,000 tickets available for the Superdome stop of her Formation World Tour on September 24, 2016; the $5.3 million gross for that show set a record for concerts at the Superdome. Jay-Z headlined the Smoothie King Center on his own in November, playing to approximately 13,000 fans.

The OTR II tour, as the new trek is called, kicks off June 6 in the United Kingdom. Following 15 shows in the U.K. and Europe, the tour will visit 21 North American stadiums.

The tour is presented by Live Nation Global Touring in association with Beyonce's Parkwood Entertainment and Jay-Z's Roc Nation.

The complete itinerary is as follows:

June 06: Cardiff, Principality Stadium

June 09: Glasgow, Hampden Park

June 13: Manchester, Etihad Stadium

June 15: London, London Stadium

June 19: Amsterdam, Amsterdam Arena

June 23: Copenhagen, Parken Stadium

June 25: Stockholm, Friends Arena

June 28: Berlin, Olympiastadion

June 30: Warsaw, Stadion Narodowy

July 03: Cologne, RheinEnergieStadion

July 06: Milan, San Siro

July 08: Rome, Stadio Olimpico

July 11: Barcelona, Olympic Stadium

July 14: Paris, Stade de France

July 17: Nice, Allianz Riviera


July 25: Cleveland, FirstEnergy Stadium

July 28: Washington DC, FedEx Field

July 30: Philadelphia, Lincoln Financial Field

Aug. 02: E. Rutherford, MetLife Stadium

Aug. 05: Boston, Gillette Stadium

Aug. 08: Minneapolis, US Bank Stadium

Aug. 10: Chicago, Soldier Field

Aug. 13: Detroit, Ford Field

Aug. 18: Buffalo, New Era Field

Aug. 23: Nashville, Vanderbilt Stadium

Aug. 25: Atlanta, Mercedes Benz Stadium

Aug. 29: Orlando, Camping World Stadium

Aug. 31: Miami, Hard Rock Stadium

Sept. 11: Arlington, AT&T Stadium

Sept. 13: New Orleans, Mercedes-Benz Superdome

Sept. 15: Houston, NRG Stadium

Sept. 19: Phoenix, University of Phoenix Stadium

Sept. 22: Los Angeles, Rose Bowl

Sept. 27: San Diego, SDCCU Stadium

Sept. 29: Santa Clara, Levi’s Stadium

Oct. 02: Vancouver, BC Place

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