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Beyonce and Jay Z’s ‘On the Run’ tour is stopping in Baltimore on July 7

It's on.   Beyonce and rapper Jay Z will potentially re-live this moment (from the Grammys in January) at Baltimore's M&T Bank Stadium. (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

Dates for Beyonce and Jay Z's much anticipated mega-tour together were announced today, and we can all breathe a sigh of relief that seeing the super-couple flirt through "Drunk in Love" (all over again) will not require a drive to Brooklyn.  The 16-city (so far) "On the Run" tour is stopping at Baltimore's M&T Bank Stadium on July 7.

If you're a member of Bey's doting Beyhive fan club, you can get access to tickets via beginning Tuesday at 8 a.m; there's another pre-sale for Chase credit-card holders. Otherwise, you won't be able to hustle for your tickets, priced at $40.50-$251, until Friday, May 2, when they go on-sale to general public through Ticketmaster.

M&T Bank Stadium also played host to Jay Z last August, when he and Justin Timberlake paired up for the "Legends of the Summer" concert that had the two of them trading vocal duties and remixing old favorites (including"Empire State of Mind") through the night.

Below are the details, via Ticketmaster, for ticket on-sale times. and VIP Package Presales

Start: Tue, 04/29/14 08:00 AM EDT
End: Thu, 05/01/14 10:00 PM EDT

VIP Packages

Start: Tue, 04/29/14 08:00 AM EDT
End: Thu, 05/01/14 10:00 PM EDT

Chase Cardmember Presale

Start: Tue, 04/29/14 10:00 AM EDT
End: Thu, 05/01/14 10:00 PM EDT

Facebook Presale

Start: Wed, 04/30/14 10:00 AM EDT
End: Thu, 05/01/14 10:00 PM EDT

Lavanya Ramanathan is a features reporter for Style.



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