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Jay-Z confirms summer tour with Justin Timberlake

on February 21, 2013, 12:50am

timberlake jayz Jay Z confirms summer tour with Justin Timberlake

Last week, rumors swirled that Jay-Z and Justin Timberlake would embark on a joint tour this summer. Now, Jay-Z’s Life+Times website has all but confirmed the outing, unveiling the tour’s probable title, “Legends of the Summer”, alongside a photo gallery of various stadiums. Included are prominent outdoor venues across North America, including New York City’s Yankee Stadium, Toronto’s Rogers Centre, Miami’s Sun Life Stadium, and Boston’s Fenway Park. Based on this, if we’re still making a Watch the Throne comparison, how does everyone feel about Stadium Lords?

Update: Barstool Sports is reporting that the pair may play Fenway Park on August 10th and 11th.

The pair are already scheduled to headline this year’s Wireless Festival, albeit individually. Timberlake and Hova will perform on separate nights of the two-day festival, which is set for July 12th – 13th at London’s Olympic Park.

Revisit the dashing duo’s performance of “Suit & Tie” at the Grammys following the list of venues.

Jay-Z and Justin Timberlake – “Legends of the Summer” (Tour Venues):
Yankee Stadium – Bronx, New York
Hershey Park Stadium – Hershey, Pennsylvania
Citizen Bank Park – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
M&T Bank Stadium – Baltimore, Maryland
Soldier Field – Chicago, Illinois
Ford Field – Detroit, Michigan
Rose Bowl Stadium – Pasadena, California
Candlestick Park – San Francisco, California
Sun Life Stadium – Miami, Florida
Fenway Park – Boston, Massachusetts
BC Place Stadium – Vancouver, Canada
Rogers Center – Toronto, Canada

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Philip Cosores
February 21, 2013 at 11:11 pm

Big variance in stadium size. Rose Bowl is soooo much bigger than, say, Fenway. Like, probably 3x bigger. Maybe they are going to play more dates at the smaller stadiums.


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