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JAY AND BEY'S OTR II HITS THE USA

After steaming through Europe for the last month, Jay Z and Beyoncé brought their massive OTR II Tour to America Wednesday night. The duo hit Cleveland's FirstEnergy Stadium for the first stop of their North American leg.   

The show is a stunning production effort, featuring one of the largest stages ever for a concert tour. It includes two catwalks that extend deep in to the audience and a floating platform that goes over half the length of the stadium, so the Beyhive doesn't miss a moment of action onstage. 

With a theme that celebrates love, family and culture, plus music by a 26-person vertical orchestra, along with 17 flawlessly coordinated dancers, this is positioned as a next-level stadium experience. 

DJ Khaled, who previously opened for Bey on her Formation World Tour, is on the tour as support—along with Chloe x Halle, signed to Bey's label Parkwood Entertainment.

Also making its debut for super fans is an interactive VIP experience called "Club Carter," where concertgoers have the option of guaranteed early entry and access to a private cash bar before the show starts.

For a complete listing of all North American tour stops, head here.

 

 

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