Beyonce and Jay-Z have announced their second On the Run Tour and we can’t be more excited. With sold out shows, incredible stage performances from their previous tours, and fantastic reviews from concert critics, you can be this will be a tour to remember! This doesn’t come as too much of a shock after the news was leaked earlier right? But don’t worry, we are here to help equip you with the know how to get tickets to this massive show before tickets sell out!
The tour will kick off July 25th in Cleveland, OH and will end October 2nd in Vancouver, BC. Tickets will go on sale on Monday, March 19th with presales starting on Wednesday, March 14th for fan club members.
I’ll bet many of you are already members of their fan clubs and if you aren’t than you certainly should! By joining you get so many exclusive perks only offered to the members of Beyonce’s fan club.
Time to talk logistics. Tickets will be going on sale on Ticketmaster and here are a few tips to keep in mind on the day of the presale/onsale:
- Be sure you have a Ticketmaster Account? Don’t have one yet? Get one! Checkout will go by much faster if you already have an account with your credit card and billing information already added.
- Make sure you get to the presale/onsale a little early so you can be ready to refresh your page when it starts.
- It’s time! Enter your presale code, select a ticket type and join all the others who are fighting for tickets!
For more in-depth tips check out our post on Tips before tickets go on sale.
Are you intimidated by presale and onsale competition? You can always find tickets for your desired show on StubHub, SuperSeats, or SeatGeek at a decent value against other ticket resell sites.
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July 25th 2018 – FirstEnergy Stadium – Cleveland, OH
July 28th 2018 – FedEx Field – Washington, DC
July 30th 2018 – Lincoln Financial Field – Philadelphia, PA
August 2nd 2018 – MetLife Stadium – E. Rutherford, NJ
August 5th 2018 – Gillette Stadium – Boston, MA
August 8th 2018 – US Bank Stadium – Minneapolis, MN
August 10th 2018 – Soldier Field – Chicago, IL
August 13th 2018 – Ford Field – Detroit, MI
August 18th 2018 – New Era Field – Buffalo, NY
August 23rd 2018 – Vanderbilt Stadium – Nashville, TN
August 25th 2018 – Mercedes Benz Stadium – Atlanta, GA
August 29th 2018 – Camping World Stadium – Orlando, FL
August 31st 2018 – Hard Rock Stadium – Miami, FL
September 11th 2018 – AT&T Stadium – Arlington, TX
September 13th 2018 – Mercedes-Benz Superdome – New Orleans, LA
September 15th 2018 – NRG Stadium – Houston, TX
September 19th 2018 – University of Phoenix Stadium – Phoenix, AZ
September 22nd 2018 – Rose Bowl – Los Angeles, CA
September 27th 2018 – SDCCU Stadium – San Diego, CA
September 29th 2018 – Levi’s Stadium – Santa Clara, CA
October 2nd 2018 – BC Place – Vancouver, BC