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Beyonce & Jay Z are coming to the Superdome

 

WHO: BEYONCÉ AND JAY Z

WHAT: "ON THE RUN TOUR: BEYONCÉ AND JAY Z" in partnership with #BeyGood benefitting the Shawn Carter Foundation

WHEN: June 25 - August 5, 2014

WITH: Exclusively with Chase

HOW: Members of Beyoncé's Fan Club will have access to pre-sale tickets beginning Tuesday, April 29 at 8am local time. For details visit, www.beyonce.com/tour.

Exclusively, Chase credit and debit customers will receive advance access to purchase tickets from Tuesday, April 29 at 10am through 10pm local time. A non-exclusive presale window will continue through Thursday, May 1 at 10pm local time. Chase credit and debit customers will also have exclusive access to purchase a Chase Lounge VIP ticket package which includes a private pre-show lounge with food, drinks, music and more.

Tickets for "ON THE RUN TOUR: BEYONCÉ AND JAY Z" go on sale to the general public starting Friday, May 2 through the Live Nation Mobile APP at www.livenation.com.

 

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