Hot on the heels of the release of his 13th studio album, 4:44, rapper Jay-Z has announced plans for a North American tour, including a stop in Houston at the Toyota Center on November 8.
This will be Jay-Z's first performance in Houston since he and his super-star wife, Beyoncé, co-headlined the On the Run Tour, which included a stop at Minute Maid Park on July 18, 2014.
The tour will hit 31 cities in both the United States and Canada, starting in Anaheim on October 27. Jay-Z will only make two stops in Texas, including a concert in Dallas on November 7.
4:44 was released to great hype, first on June 30 exclusively to Tidal and Sprint customers, then to everyone else as of July 7. The album was said to have gone platinum almost immediately, although that had more to do with the unique logistics of the initial release than actual sales.
Pre-sale tickets for Tidal members, VIP packages, and Citi Card members will be available July 10-13. An additional Live Nation/Ticketmaster pre-sale will take place on July 13, with tickets going on sale to the general public on July 14.