How many Tours has Jay-Z done?

How many Tours has Jay-Z done?

Jay Z has 68 concerts

Date Concert Location
Nov 18, 2017 The 4:44 Tour Jay Z Detroit, Michigan, United States
Nov 08, 2017 4:44 Tour Jay Z / Vic Mensa Houston, Texas, United States
Nov 07, 2017 Jay Z – 4:44 Tour Jay Z / Vic Mensa Dallas, Texas, United States
Nov 05, 2017 4:44 Tour Jay Z / Vic Mensa Denver, Colorado, United States

When was the last Jay-Z tour?

The 4:44 Tour was a concert tour by Jay-Z, in support of his thirteenth studio album 4:44 (2017). The tour began in Anaheim at the Honda Center on October 27, 2017, and concluded on December 21, 2017, in Inglewood at The Forum.

Will Jay-Z ever tour again?

Unfortunately there are no concert dates for Jay-Z scheduled in 2021.

Did Jay-Z and Linkin Park tour together?

Jay-Z, who had supposedly entered performance retirement, took the stage with Linkin Park at the Grammys to perform the Grammy-winning track. To pay tribute to Danger Mouse’s Grey Album and bring the project full-circle, they invited Paul McCartney to perform with them.

What is the name of Jay-Z’s cognac?

On 13 March, Sotheby’s will auction “Bottle No. 1” of the D’USSÉ® 1969 Anniversaire Limited Edition – a special, Grand Champagne cognac bottled for Shawn Carter, aka JAY-Z, to honor his 50th birthday.

How much are Jay-Z concert tickets?

Typically, Jay-Z tickets can be found for as low as $45.00, with an average price of $120.00. Who’s opening for Jay-Z? There are no openers for Jay-Z at this time.

Where are Beyonce and Jay-Z touring North America?

Update: Beyonce and Jay-Z have added eight dates to the North American leg of the OTR 2 tour. They’ll perform second nights in Chicago, DC, New Jersey, Atlanta and Los Angeles, plus fresh announcement…

Is Jay-Z a successful entrepreneur?

Though his musical endeavors as an artist, label exec and producer provide the foundation for Jay-Z’s empire, he’s also a successful serial entrepreneur.

How did Jay-Z get his start in music?

After bouncing around in relative obscurity, Jay-Z and two friends, Damon Dash and Kareem Burke, took things into their own hands by creating their own label, Roc-A-Fella Records, in 1996. Jay-Z’s first album, “Reasonable Doubt,” was released that June, and immediately established him as a star-in-the-making.