Iconic super-duo Jay-Z [VIDEO] and Beyonce are undoubtedly regarded as two of the most powerful figures in the music industry. As one of the world's most influential couples, the pair has been closely linked since their first collaboration "Crazy In Love" dropped in 2003, and after they officially tied the knot in 2008, they have gone from strength to strength. In 2014 the pair embarked on their first ever "On The Run" tour, which saw them stop off at a number of locations around the US and Canada, as well as performing a one-off show together in Paris. Recently fans were sent into a meltdown by a seemingly accidental leak of a tour date for a second "On The Run" tour, and now the news has finally been officially confirmed.

Reports by CNN and Variety were used for all of the information in this article.

Jay-Z & Beyonce's History

Having collaborated on "Crazy In Love" together in 2003, the pair has been closely linked throughout their careers as well as, of course, being husband and wife. Beyonce and Jay-Z have three children together, with Beyonce having given birth to twins in June last year. The two appear to be going from strength to strength, and ahead of their upcoming new tour, they seem to be on a path to even further success.

Tour dates

Jay-Z and Beyonce are due to stop off at ten stadiums around Europe during their tour, which kicks off in Cardiff on June 6. The pair will then perform in Glasgow's Hampden Park on June 9 before Manchester's Etihad Stadium on June 13, before finishing up the UK section of their tour in London on June 15.

On June 19 the duo will hit the Amsterdam Arena, before heading to Denmark to perform at the Parken Stadium in Copenhagen on June 23. On June 25 they will head to Stockholm's Friends Arena in Sweden, before heading to Berlin on June 28 to perform at the Olympiastadion then stopping off in Poland to perform at Warsaw's PL Stadion Narodowy on June 30. The tour will come to a close in Germany, when Jay-Z and Beyonce will perform at the RheinEnergieStadion in Cologne on July 3.

Tickets are due to go on sale over the next couple of weeks, with all events looking set to sell out immediately. Take a look at the full list of tour dates below.

June 6 Cardiff Principality Stadium - on sale March 23

June 9 Glasgow Hampden Park - on sale March 23

June 13 Manchester Etihad Stadium - on sale March 23

June 15 London London Stadium - on sale March 23

June 19 Amsterdam Amsterdam Arena - on sale March 19

June 23 Copenhagen Parken Stadium - on sale March 19

June 25 Stockholm Friends Arena - on sale March 23

June 28 Berlin Olympiastadion - on sale March 19

June 30 Warsaw Stadion Narodowy - on sale March 23

July 3 Cologne RheinEnergieStadion - on sale March 19