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Beyoncé and Jay-Z are Going Back on Tour — But They Aren’t Stopping in Toronto

I don't know how to feel right now.

On July 9, 2014, Beyoncé and Jay-Z stepped out on the Rogers Centre stage for the sixth stop of their “On The Run Tour.” Bey swayed back and forth with an American flag while Jay sang “Forever Young.” I stood atop my seat, lighter in the air, uncontrollably crying — the whole thing was magical. So when I got an email from the Official Beyhive at 10:27 this morning titled “OTR II Coming Summer 2018,” my heart filled with joy.

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That joy was quickly taken away. How does the Carter family pay me back for my years of emotional and financial support? They announce a 36 stop world tour that doesn’t stop in my hometown. Jay-Z and Beyonce’s “On the Run II” stadium tour will kick of off Wednesday, June 6 in Cardiff, UK, with the international leg stopping in 15 cities across the UK and Europe. The couple will then head to 21 North American cities, beginning in Cleveland on July 25 and ending in Vancouver on October 2. Looking over the itinerary, you’ll quickly notice where they aren’t stopping: Toronto.

Yes, that’s right. “On the Run II” is going to Cologne, Germany (population 1 million), Arlington, Texas (population 400,000) and E. Rutherford, New Jersey (population 9,856). Toronto has nearly 3,000,000 people, but we apparently aren’t worthy of being graced by Bonnie and Clyde.

Here’s a full list of the tour dates, and the cities fortunate enough to make the cut. Start saving your money and/or selling all your belongings, because tickets go on sale March 19 — and you may need to set aside travel budget.

Europe:

June 06           Cardiff, UK @ Principality Stadium
June 09           Glasgow, UK @ Hampden Park
June 13            Manchester, UK @ Etihad Stadium
June 15            London, UK @ London Stadium
June 19            Amsterdam, NL @ Amsterdam Arena
June 23            Copenhagen, DK @ Parken Stadium
June 25            Stockholm, SW @ Friends Arena
June 28            Berlin, DE @ Olympiastadion
June 30            Warsaw, PL @ Stadion Narodowy
July 03             Cologne, DE @ RheinEnergieStadion
July 06             Milan, IT @ San Siro
July 08             Rome, IT @ Stadio Olimpico
July 11              Barcelona, ES @ Olympic Stadium
July 14              Paris, FR @ Stade de France
July 17              Nice, FR @ Allianz Riviera

North America:

July 25              Cleveland, OH @ FirstEnergy Stadium
July 28              Washington, DC @ FedEx Field
July 30              Philadelphia, PA @ Lincoln Financial Field
Aug. 02             E. Rutherford, NJ @ MetLife Stadium
Aug. 05             Boston, MA @ Gillette Stadium
Aug. 08             Minneapolis, MN @ US Bank Stadium
Aug. 10             Chicago, IL @ Soldier Field
Aug. 13             Detroit, MI @ Ford Field
Aug. 18             Buffalo, NY @ New Era Field
Aug. 23             Nashville, TN @ Vanderbilt Stadium
Aug. 25             Atlanta, GA @ Mercedes Benz Stadium
Aug. 29             Orlando, FL @ Camping World Stadium
Aug. 31             Miami, FL @ Hard Rock Stadium
Sept. 11             Arlington, TX @ AT&T Stadium
Sept. 13            New Orleans, LA @ Mercedes-Benz Superdome
Sept. 15            Houston, TX @ NRG Stadium
Sept. 19            Phoenix, AZ @ University of Phoenix Stadium
Sept. 22            Los Angeles, CA @ Rose Bowl
Sept. 27            San Diego, CA @ SDCCU Stadium
Sept. 29            Santa Clara, CA @ Levi’s Stadium
Oct. 02             Vancouver, BC @ BC Place