Jay-Z Announces Official Dates of his 4:44 Tour

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Get excited because Jay-Z just announced the official dates of his 4:44 North American tour. Considering he just released his album, titled 4:44, we were expecting this soon, and he was right on time with a list of concerts in 31 major cities.

Reportedly, the slew of rap concerts will start on Oct. 27 at California’s Honda Center and will conclude on Dec. 21, at Los Angeles’ Forum concert venue. In between these two, Jay-Z will perform in major cities like Las Vegas, Atlanta, Miami, New Orleans, Denver and Houston. That being said, it’s time to plan your trips to these major cities now. And for us San Diegans, we’re in luck. Jay-Z will be here on Dec. 19.

The tickets began selling on July 10 at 12 p.m. to a select few of Jay-Z fans. For example, Tidal members had exclusive access to the pre-sale tickets considering his partnership with the company. Additionally, since Citi was the official pre-sale credit card for the tour, Citi members also got first draft pick on July 10.

As expected, the tour is produced by LiveNation in collaboration with Jay-Z’s 10-year $200 million touring deal with the company he signed with back in May 2017.

Tickets go on sale to the general public this coming July 14 at 10 a.m. local time via Live Nation. Also, V.I.P. packages will be available at Make sure to get your computer or phone ready and make this time open on Friday because tickets are expected to sell out fast.

If you haven’t listened to 4:44 yet, it is available for Tidal Subscribers and now finally on Apple Music. In our opinion, this is Jay-Z’s most authentic and raw album yet, and we are excited to see what he’s capable of in his upcoming epic tour.

Remember to purchase your tickets this Friday, July 14 at 10 am.

Full list of tour dates:

Oct. 27 – Anaheim, Calif. – Honda CenterOct. 28 – Las Vegas, Nev. – T-Mobile Arena
Nov. 1 – Fresno, Calif. – Save Mart Center at Fresno State
Nov. 3 – Phoenix, Ariz. – Talking Stick Resort Arena
Nov. 5 – Denver, Colo. – Pepsi Center Arena
Nov. 7 – Dallas, Texas – American Airlines Center
Nov. 8 – Houston, Texas – Toyota Center
Nov. 9 – New Orleans, La. – Smoothie King Center
Nov. 11 – Orlando, Fla. – Amway Center
Nov. 12 – Miami, Fla. – American Airlines Arena
Nov. 14 – Atlanta, Ga. – Philips Arena
Nov. 15 – Nashville, Tenn. – Bridgestone Arena
Nov. 16 – Charlotte, N.C. – Spectrum Center
Nov. 18 – Detroit, Mich. – Little Caesars Arena
Nov. 19 – Cleveland, Ohio – Quicken Loans Arena
Nov. 21 – Montreal, Quebec – Bell Centre
Nov. 22 – Toronto, Ontario – Air Canada Centre
Nov. 25 – Boston, Mass. – TD Garden
Nov. 26 – Brooklyn, N.Y. – Barclays Center
Nov. 29 – Washington, D.C. – Verizon Center
Dec. 2 – Uniondale, N.Y. – Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Dec. 5 – Chicago, Ill. – United Center
Dec. 6 – Lincoln, Nebr. – Pinnacle Bank Arena
Dec. 9 – Edmonton, Alberta – Rogers Place
Dec. 11 – Vancouver, British Columbia – Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena
Dec. 13 – Seattle, Wash. – KeyArena
Dec. 14 – Portland, Ore. – Moda Center
Dec.16 – Oakland, Calif. – Oracle Arena
Dec. 17 – Sacramento, Calif. – Golden 1 Center
Dec. 19 – San Diego, Calif. – Viejas Arena
Dec. 21 – Los Angeles, Calif. – The Forum

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