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    Jay-Z Announces Nashville Stop During North American Tour

    To support his new album, Jay-Z is hitting the road. The 47-year-old announced a 31-date tour throughout North America, including a Nashville stop.

    Jay-Z just released his critically acclaimed album, 4:44, and it’s already certified platinum. He’s got a lot to celebrate and he’s celebrating with a huge tour. The tour kicks off on Oct. 27 in California. He’ll trek across North America before calling it quits in Los Angeles on Dec. 21.

    In the middle of his tour run, Jay-Z is stopping in Music City to play Bridgestone Arena. According to The Tennessean, this is his first time to play Nashville in nearly a decade. He’ll take the Bridgestone stage on Nov. 15.

    Tickets for Jay-Z’s tour go on sale June 14 at 10AM on Live Nation but Tidal subscribers have early access to a presale. The presale begins today at noon EST. Citi credit card holders also have access to a presale that begins today and lasts through Thursday. If a VIP package is more up your alley, those will be available through VIP Nation.

    Jay-Z’s 2017 Tour Dates:

    Oct. 27 – Anaheim, Calif. (Honda Center)
    Oct. 28 – Las Vegas, Nev. (T-Mobile Arena)
    Nov. 1 – Fresno, Calif. (Save Mart Center at Fresno State)
    Nov. 3 – Phoenix, Ariz. (Talking Stick Resort Arena)
    Nov. 5 – Denver, Colo. (Pepsi Center Arena)
    Nov. 7 – Dallas, Texas (American Airlines Center)
    Nov. 8 – Houston, Texas (Toyota Center)
    Nov. 9 – New Orleans, La. (Smoothie King Center)
    Nov. 11 – Orlando, Fla. (Amway Center)
    Nov. 12 – Miami, Fla. (American Airlines Arena)
    Nov. 14 – Atlanta, Ga. (Philips Arena)
    Nov. 15 – Nashville, Tenn. (Bridgestone Arena)
    Nov. 16 – Charlotte, N.C. (Spectrum Center)
    Nov. 18 – Detroit, Mich. (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, Mass. (TD Garden)
    Nov. 26 – Brooklyn, N.Y. (Barclays Center)
    Nov. 29 – Washington, D.C. (Verizon Center)
    Dec. 2 – Uniondale, N.Y. (Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum)
    Dec. 5 – Chicago, Ill. (United Center)
    Dec. 6 – Lincoln, Nebr. (Pinnacle Bank Arena)
    Dec. 9 – Edmonton, Alberta (Rogers Place)
    Dec. 11 – Vancouver, British Columbia (Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena)
    Dec. 13 – Seattle, Wash. (KeyArena)
    Dec. 14 – Portland, Ore. (Moda Center)
    Dec.16 – Oakland, Calif. (Oracle Arena)
    Dec. 17 – Sacramento, Calif. (Golden 1 Center)
    Dec. 19 – San Diego, Calif. (Viejas Arena)
    Dec. 21 – Los Angeles, Calif. (The Forum)