A Mr. and Mrs. Carter Show might be in the works.
The New York Post is reporting that Jay Z and Beyonce could be planning to announce a 20-date, co-headlining tour for this summer. Sources tell the paper that the super couple will be hitting the road in cities across the U.S. starting in late June, and may be planning for a special Fourth of July concert in New York City. Both are coming off individual tours of their own.
Beyonce finished off her "Mrs. Carter Show" after almost a year of touring last month, and Jay's "Magna Carta...Holy Grail" tour ended in January. The rapper joined the singer at her show in London earlier this year, and they also performed "Drunk In Love" at the Grammys.
Beyonce and Jay Z made surprise appearances at last weekend's Coachella Music Festival in Indio, California, performing separately with other artists. The rumors of a joint tour surface as fans wait to hear about the lineup for Jay's upcoming "Made In America" festival.
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