Jay-Z (back with the hypen) will take his new album "4:44" on tour this fall. Credit: Getty
Jay-Z (back with the hypen) will take his new album "4:44" on tour this fall. Credit: Getty

Jay-Z is spending the summer with his newly expanded fam, but come fall it’s back on the road.

J-Hova just announced he’ll be making the rounds this fall with a North American tour supporting his new album, “4:44,” but New Yorkers get the first chance to see him live.

His first stop isn’t officially part of the schedule, but you know he’s going to do something special in his hometown when Jay stops by Queens to headline The Meadows Music & Arts Festival on Sept. 15. A limited quantity of single-day general admission tickets are still available for $115.

The official 31-stop “4:44” tour starts in Anaheim, California, on Oct. 27 before swinging by the Barclays Center in Brooklyn on Nov. 26 and the newly revamped Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Uniondale on Dec. 2.


Members of Jay-Z’s music streaming service Tidal get first dibs on tickets beginning July 10, along with Citi card members through their Private Access service (through Thursday, July 13, at 10 p.m.). General tickets sales begin on Friday, July 14, at 10 a.m. on Live Nation and VIPNation.

Here's the full tour schedule:

Oct. 27: Anaheim, California – Honda Center
Oct. 28: Las Vegas, Nevada – T-Mobile Arena
Nov. 1: Fresno, California – Save Mart Center at Fresno State
Nov. 3: Phoenix – Talking Stick Resort Arena
Nov. 5: Denver – Pepsi Center Arena
Nov. 7: Dallas – American Airlines Center
Nov. 8: Houston – Toyota Center
Nov. 9: New Orleans – Smoothie King Center
Nov. 11: Orlando – Amway Center
Nov. 12: Miami – American Airlines Arena
Nov. 14: Atlanta – Philips Arena
Nov. 15: Nashville, Tennessee – Bridgestone Arena
Nov. 16: Charlotte, North Carolina – Spectrum Center
Nov. 18: Detroit, Michigan – Little Caesars Arena
Nov. 19: Cleveland, Ohio – Quicken Loans Arena
Nov. 21: Montreal, Quebec – Bell Centre
Nov. 22: Toronto, Ontario – Air Canada Centre
Nov. 25: Boston, Massachusetts – TD Garden
Nov. 26: Brooklyn – Barclays Center
Nov. 29: Washington, D.C. – Verizon Center
Dec. 2: Uniondale, New York – Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Dec. 5: Chicago – United Center
Dec. 6: Lincoln, Nebraska – Pinnacle Bank Arena
Dec. 9: Edmonton, Alberta – Rogers Place
Dec. 11: Vancouver, British Columbia – Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena
Dec. 13: Seattle, Washington – KeyArena
Dec. 14: Portland, Oregon – Moda Center
Dec.16: Oakland, California – Oracle Arena
Dec. 17: Sacramento, California – Golden 1 Center
Dec. 19: San Diego – Viejas Arena
Dec. 21: Los Angeles – The Forum

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