Almost four years after going “On the Run” together, JAY-Z and Beyoncé announced and then retracted a second installment of their joint tour.
Early on Monday (March 5), a date for the highly-anticipated jaunt — July 30 at Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field — was posted on Ticketmaster and Queen Bey’s Facebook page. Both have since been deleted, but screenshots have surfaced (via Variety).
the weirdest thing is it’s on her official facebook page too pic.twitter.com/Wcofjb0LN1
— foolish by ashanti fan (@yayayamie) March 5, 2018
This isn’t the first hint of the co-headlining tour to hit the web. Late last month, mysterious Ticketmaster pages popped up in the U.S. and U.K. before being removed.
An official tour announcement is expected this month. The joint trek would follow the couple’s inaugural “On the Run Tour,” which played stadiums across North America and Paris from June through September 2014.
The Carters recently teamed up on “Top Off,” their Future-assisted collaboration off DJ Khaled’s forthcoming album Father of Asahd. More recently, they appeared together in the Ava DuVernay-directed video for “Family Feud” off 4:44.
The power couple, who welcomed twins Rumi and Sir last year, worked on material for a joint album before crafting their latest projects, LEMONADE and 4:44, according to JAY-Z. Beyoncé is set to headline Coachella in April.