Power couple Jay-Z and Beyonce are touring together and people are getting crafty with how to pay for tickets.
Queen B and Jay-Z are officially touring together and people are losing it.
The power couple is going on tour together this year for the second installment of their “On the Run II” tour. It’ll be starting in the UK in June and will stretch across 15 cities in the UK and Europe before heading to North America for a 21-date run beginning in July.
The duo last toured together for the first leg of their “On the Run” tour in 2014. The first installment of the tour took its name from Magna Carta Holy Grail.
Now, though this is obviously a huge deal we all need to prepare ourselves (and wallets) for the fact that some seats are going for thousands of dollars. If you head over to the Ticketmaster website you’ll see that the first July show in Cleaveland will cost you only around $100 for the nosebleed seats in the 500-level, but some resell seats on the floor are going for as much as $5,000. However, if you’re looking to get regularly priced tickets, the VIP package comes with a floor seat and, according to Ticketmaster, “exclusive access to the pre-show VIP Lounge, including: a VIP bar with beer, wine and signature cocktails, hot and cold hors-d’oeuvres and dessert bar with chocolate fountain, Hotpoint music video experience & Green Screen photo booth to share on your socials and more! Plus, a limited edition VIP gift item, and much more!”
When news broke out of the tour and VIP tickets, people in the Twitterverse were obviously stoked… and getting creative with the sacrifices they would need to make in order to purchase a ticket.
Me getting ready to carve out my kidney to sell to the black market so that I can afford front row tickets to Beyoncé and Jay Z pic.twitter.com/ce4coAgRR0— Allie (#1 Bigger Stan) (@Fergyonce) March 5, 2018
me rn trying to figure out if I can afford to buy Beyoncé tickets tomorrow and pay this month’s rent pic.twitter.com/hgDtZbpWk0— Allie Wilson (@alliewilz) March 14, 2018
If you’re looking for when tickets go on sale in your area then you can hit up Variety which has all the dates available! Just be prepared to drop a couple hundred dollars on tickets. I would donate my first born to see her so we all know it’s worth it!