Beyonce, Jay Z Announce Summer Stadium Tour

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The Carters will kick off their 16-stadium On The Run tour in Miami on June 25.

The Carters have officially announced their rumored joint tour. Beyonce and Jay Z will head out on a 16-date stadium tour they're calling On The Run, to kick off in Miami on June 25 and wrap in San Francisco on August 5. The tour is sponsored by Chase.

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Chase cardholders as well as Beyonce Fan Club members will be granted access to a ticket presale tomorrow, April 29, at 10 a.m. General presale will be available at 10 a.m. on May 1. One dollar from each ticket sale will be donated to the Shawn Carter Foundation, which provides scholarships to underserved students. The donations are in partnership with Beyonce's #BeyGOOD initiative, which supports a number of charities.

The couple recently made surprise appearances during the first weekend of Coachella, with Beyonce popping in during her sister Solange's set and Jay Z dropping by Nas' midnight set in Indio, Calif.

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Jay Z's tour with Justin Timberlake in 2013 brought in an average of $5 million a night, according to Billboard Boxscore.

Wednesday, June 25 -- Miami, FL, Sun Life Stadium
Saturday, June 28 -- Cincinnati, OH, Great American Ballpark
Tuesday, July 1 -- Foxborough, MA, Gillette Stadium
Saturday, July 5 -- Philadelphia, PA, Citizen's Bank Park
Monday, July 7 -- Baltimore, MD, M & T Bank Stadium
Wednesday, July 9 -- Toronto, ON, Rogers Centre
Friday, July 11 -- East Rutherford, NJ, MetLife Stadium
Tuesday, July 15 -- Atlanta, GA, Georgia Dome
Friday, July 18 -- Houston, TX, Minute Maid Park
Sunday, July 20 -- New Orleans, LA, Mercedes-Benz Superdome
Tuesday, July 22 -- Dallas, TX, AT&T Stadium
Thursday, July 24 -- Chicago, IL, Soldier Field
Sunday, July 27 -- Winnipeg, MB, Investor Group Field
Wednesday, July 30 -- Seattle, WA, Safeco Field
Saturday, August 2 -- Los Angeles, CA, Rose Bowl
Tuesday, August 5 -- San Francisco, CA, AT&T Park

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