Beyonce and JAY-Z

Beyonce fans say are willing to do anything to be able to afford expensive tickets to Beyonce & JAY-Z’s On the Run II Tour. The power couple confirmed the world tour after teasing their fans for weeks.

Unfortunately, most Bey fans can’t afford the high cost for tickets to see their fave singer perform perhaps her final live concert (she has three children to raise).

Tickets to the tour, which kicks off on June 6, are out of reach of all but the wealthiest BeyHiver.

For example, tickets to Beyonce’s Atlanta concert at Mercedes Benz Stadium range in price from $200 in the nosebleed section to $2,300 for a seat 22 rows from the stage.

Beyonce and JAY-Z

Disappointed Beyonce fans took to social media to vent their frustration over the high ticket prices.

One Beyonce Stan tweeted: “I mean, I was saving for a down payment on a condo, but Beyonce tickets are going on sale today, so…”

Beyonce and JAY-Z

Another Twitter user wrote: “Me getting ready to carve out my kidney to sell to the black market so that I can afford front row tickets to Beyoncé and Jay Z”.

By contrast, Bey’s husband JAY-Z couldn’t give away tickets to his concert tour earlier this year.

The 49-year-old rapper was forced to cancel some dates due to low ticket sales.


Beyonce & JAY-Z On the Run II Tour Dates


Cardiff, Wales – Principality Stadium (June 6)
Glasgow, Scotland – Hampden Park (June 9)
Manchester, England – Etihad Stadium (June 13)
London, England – London Stadium (June 15)
Amsterdam, Netherlands – Amsterdam Arena (June 19)
Copenhagen, Denmark – Parken Stadium (June 23)
Stockholm, Sweden – Friends Arena (June 25)
Berlin, Germany – Olympiastadion (June 28)
Warsaw, Poland – Stadion Narodowy (June 30)
Cologne, Germany – RheinEnergieStadion (July 3)
Milan, Italy – San Siro (July 6)
Rome, Italy – Stadio Olimpico (July 8)
Barcelona, Spain – Olympic Stadium (July 11)
Paris, France – Stade de France (July 14)
Nice, France – Allianz Riviera (July 17)

North America

Cleveland, OH – FirstEnergy Stadium (July 25)
Washington, DC – FedEx Field (July 28)
Philadelphia, PA – Lincoln Financial Field (July 30)
East Rutherford, NJ – MetLife Stadium (August 2)
Boston, MA – Gillette Stadium (August 5)
Minneapolis, MN – US Bank Stadium (August 8)
Chicago, IL – Soldier Field (August 10)
Detroit, MI – Ford Field (August 13)
Buffalo, NY – New Era Field (August 18)
Nashville, TN – Vanderbilt Stadium (August 23)
Atlanta, GA – Mercedes Benz Stadium (August 25)
Orlando, FL – Camping World Stadium (August 29)
Miami, FL – Hard Rock Stadium (August 31)
Arlington, TX – AT&T Stadium (September 11)
New Orleans, LA – Mercedes-Benz Superdome (September 13)
Houston, TX – NRG Stadium (September 15)
Phoenix, AZ – University of Phoenix Stadium (September 19)
Los Angeles, CA – Rose Bowl (September 22)
San Diego, CA – SDCCU Stadium (September 27)
Santa Clara, CA – Levi’s Stadium (September 29)
Vancouver, British Columbia – BC Place (October 2)

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