Beyonce and Jay-Z add extra London Stadium date to tour

PUBLISHED: 15:59 23 March 2018

Jay-Z and Beyonce have added an extra London Stadium date to their On The Run II tour Picture: Dennis Van Tine/PA

Jay-Z and Beyonce have added an extra London Stadium date to their On The Run II tour Picture: Dennis Van Tine/PA

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There’s good news for anyone who missed out on getting tickets to Beyonce and Jay-Z at the London Stadium, as the pair have added an extra date.

Tickets for the couple’s joint tour, On The Run II, went on general sale this morning, with the Stratford concert on Friday, June 15 selling out.

Now, due to popular demand, they have added an extra date at the London Stadium, on Saturday, June 16.

Tickets will go on general sale on Thursday, March 29, with standing tickets costing £85 plus booking fee.

London Stadium subscribers will have access to pre-sale tickets the day before.

The newly-added concert will be the last on their UK leg of the tour, which also includes dates in Cardiff, Manchester and Glasgow.

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