Jay Z and Beyoncé's "On the Run" Tour Coming to Dallas July 22

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Last December, the tours Carter and Knowles just missed intersecting each other in Dallas by a couple weeks. At the time, Jay Z played it low-key and Bey went big time. Then this happened. And now, at last, the worlds of "Magna Carter" and "Mrs. Carter" will collide in DFW for the newly announced "On the Run" North American tour (not to be mistaken with that of Sir Paul, mind you), which hits AT&T Stadium this summer.

Jay Z and Beyoncé's stop at Jerry Jones' glittering football palace lands on Tuesday, July 22 at 8 p.m. -- just four days after it passes through Minute Maid Park in Houston. Tickets go on sale to the general public this Friday, May 2 at 9 p.m. via Ticketmaster, but there will be special presales via Facebook, Bey's website, and for Cowboys season ticket holders.

Here's the full "On the Run" tour schedule for this summer:

6-25 Miami, FL -- Sun Life Stadium 6-28 Cincinnatti, OH -- Great American Ball Park 7-01 Foxborough, MA -- Gillette Stadium 7-05 Philadelphia, PA -- Citizens Bank Park 7-07 Baltimore, MD -- M and T Bank Stadium 7-09 Toronto, Ontario -- Rogers Centre 7-11 East Rutherford, NJ -- Metlife Stadium 7-15 Atlanta, GA -- Georgia Dome 7-18 Houston, TX -- Minute Maid Park 7-20 New Orleans, LA -- Mercedes-Benz Superdome 7-22 Arlington, TX -- AT&T Stadium 7-24 Chicago, IL -- Soldier Field 7-27 Winnipeg, Manitoba -- Investors Group Field 7-30 Seattle, WA -- Safeco Field 8-02 Pasadena, CA -- Rose Bowl 8-05 San Francisco, CA -- AT&T Park

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