Arts District

Beyoncé and Jay Z Announce M&T Show

Superstar couple bringing "On the Run" tour to Baltimore.

By John Lewis | April 28, 2014, 10:38 am

Arts District

Beyoncé and Jay Z Announce M&T Show

Superstar couple bringing "On the Run" tour to Baltimore.

By John Lewis | April 28, 2014, 10:38 am

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Beyoncé and Jay Z are bringing their "On the Run" tour to M&T Bank Stadium on July 7. Tickets go on sale to the general public, via Ticketmaster, this Friday. It will be Jay Z's second appearance at M&T in the past year. He and Justin Timberlake brought their "Legends of Summer" show to town last August. The return to Maryland is something of a homecoming for Jay Z, who, back in the day, lived on the Eastern Shore.



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