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Just days after officially announcing their On the Run II Tour, Beyoncé and Jay-Z have extended the trek with new stops.

The additional dates include shows in Seattle, Columbia, Los Angeles and Amsterdam. The tour begins June 6 in Wales, before making its way through Europe and then to the States, where a North American run will kick off July 25 in Cleveland.

Tickets for most of the previously announced dates are on sale now.

See the updated schedule below. 

Beyoncé & Jay-Z's On the Run II tour dates:
06/06 — Cardiff, Wales — Principality Stadium
06/09 — Glasgow, Scotland — Hampden Park
06/13 — Manchester, England — Etihad Stadium
06/15 — London, England — London Stadium
06/19 — Amsterdam, Netherlands — Amsterdam Arena
06/20 — Amsterdam, Netherlands — Amsterdam Arena
06/23 — Copenhagen, Denmark — Parken Stadium
06/25 — Stockholm, Sweden — Friends Arena
06/28 — Berlin, Germany — Olympiastadion
06/30 — Warsaw, Poland — Stadion Narodowy
07/03 — Cologne, Germany — RheinEnergieStadion
07/06 — Milan, Italy — San Siro
07/08 — Rome, Italy — Stadio Olimpico
07/11 — Barcelona, Spain — Olympic Stadium
07/14 — Paris, France — Stade de France
07/17 — Nice, France — Allianz Riviera
07/25 — Cleveland, OH — FirstEnergy Stadium
07/27 — Washington, D.C. — FedEx Field
07/28 — Washington, DC — FedEx Field
07/30 — Philadelphia, PA — Lincoln Financial Field
08/02 — East Rutherford, NJ — MetLife Stadium
08/03 — East Rutherford, NJ — MetLife Stadium
08/05 — Boston, MA — Gillette Stadium
08/08 — Minneapolis, MN — US Bank Stadium
08/10 — Chicago, IL — Soldier Field
08/11 — Chicago, IL — Soldier Field
08/13 — Detroit, MI — Ford Field
08/16 — Columbus, OH — Ohio Stadium
08/18 — Buffalo, NY — New Era Field
08/21 — Columbia, SC — Williams-Brice Stadium
08/23 — Nashville, TN — Vanderbilt Stadium
08/25 — Atlanta, GA — Mercedes Benz Stadium
08/26 — Atlanta, GA — Mercedes Benz Stadium
08/29 — Orlando, FL — Camping World Stadium
08/31 — Miami, FL — Hard Rock Stadium
09/11 — Arlington, TX — AT&T Stadium
09/13 — New Orleans, LA — Mercedes-Benz Superdome
09/15 — Houston, TX — NRG Stadium
09/19 — Phoenix, AZ — University of Phoenix Stadium
09/22 — Los Angeles, CA — Rose Bowl
09/23 — Los Angeles, CA — Rose Bowl
09/27 — San Diego, CA — SDCCU Stadium
09/29 — Santa Clara, CA — Levi’s Stadium
10/02 — Vancouver, British Columbia — BC Place
10/04 — Seattle, WA — CenturyLink Field

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