All good things must come to an end.
Beyoncé and Jay-Z's "On The Run II Tour" is almost over. With less than ten dates remaining on their schedule, Queen Bey took time to reflect on her and her husband's 48-show tour, which surpassed $150 million grossed last month.
“Tonight is the first of the last ten shows of OTRII," she captioned an Instagram Series on Thursday (September 13), ahead of her show at New Orleans’ Mercedes-Benz Superdome. "I’m doing what I love most with whom I love most. I wish it could never end. Feeling thankful for all of the love from our fans around the world. New Orleans, you ready? Let’s go get em!!!”
The power couple kicked off their Summer tour in the United Kingdom back in June. It was during their London tour stop that they released their joint album Everything is Love. Since then, the couple has gone on to own 2018. Bey covered Vogue’s all-important September issue. Last month, Beyoncé and Jay announced that they are giving over one million dollars in $100K scholarships to students across the United States. And Jay was recently named Forbes' highest-paid hip-hop act. With so much to be thankful for, Beyoncé summarized her "monumental" past year for fans with an Instagram post on her 36th birthday earlier this month.
"At 36, I became a new mother of 3. I breastfed twins. I renewed my vows with my husband of ten years. I came back home to the stage to do Coachella, after pregnancy. Then my husband and I released our album together, Everything Is Love. And we’ve been touring with our family around the world, and loving it," she captioned a photo of her and Jay. "This year has been monumental for me. I thank God for everyone in my life. Thank you for all the positivity and for the beautiful birthday wishes. I’m looking forward to continuing to learn from my past, living in the present, and surrendering to the future."
The "On the Run II Tour" is scheduled to wrap October 4 in Seattle.
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