Brooklyn native and rap legend Jay-Z. (Getty Images)

Get ready to throw your Roc symbols in the sky because Jay-Z is bringing his 4:44 tour to Boston this fall.

The hip-hop legend announced on Monday that he'll be performing across the continent later this year in support of his new album, which debuted on the Jay-Z-owned Tidal streaming service last month. After kicking things off in Anaheim on October 27, Hova will make a slew of stops in the U.S. and Canada before making his way to the TD Garden for a Saturday night show in Boston on November 25. 

It's been a while since Jay-Z has performed at the home of the Celtics and Bruins. The rapper and business mogul previously took over the arena in 2014 during his tour for the album "Magna Carta Holy Grail."


While Jay-Z is an ardent New York sports fan, that hasn't stopped him from performing at other Boston sports venues over the years. The rapper and his better half Beyonce shipped up to Patriots nation for a show at Gillette Stadium during their On the Run tour in the summer of 2014. Jay-Z also did a pair of shows with Justin Timberlake amid a sea of Red Sox hats at Fenway Park in 2013.

Pre-sale tckets to the 4:44 tour are already available for the handful of Tidal users out there, while the rest of us can score seats when general public access is made available on Friday, July 14, at 10 a.m. via livenation.com.

Check out the full list of tour dates below.


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