Here are the stage times and travel details for Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s show in Cardiff tonight
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Tonight sees Beyoncé and Jay-Z kick off their ‘On The Run II’ world tour at Cardiff Principality Stadium. Check out the stage times and travel advice below.

There has been much anticipation around what to expect from the superstar couple’s joint headline tour, especially after Beyoncé’s acclaimed appearance at Coachella 2018.

Those attending the tour are advised of certain road closures, and that the stage times and running order are as follows:

* 5pm – Gates open * 6pm – Roads close * 7pm – Support act * 7.30 pm – Beyonce and Jay-Z on stage * 10.30pm – Show finishes * 11.30pm – Roads open

Beyonce and Jay-Z performing live

Beyonce and Jay-Z performing live

As well as advising fans that they will not be allowed in with bags larger than 35cm x 40cm x 19cm, Cardiff Principality Stadium also advise concert-goers of the following road closures between 6pm-11pm:

For more travel information around tonight’s show, visit here.

Meanwhile, Beyoncé‘s stepfather Richard Lawson recently revealed that she and husband and Jay-Z will ‘confront the hard subjects’ on upcoming world tour.

Jay-Z made headlines with his high-profile infidelity, with the rapper’s adultery coming to light on Beyoncé’s 2016 album ‘Lemonade’, with Jay later confirming the unfaithfulness on his ‘4:44’ record last year. Now, actor and Bey’s stepfather Lawson has said that the couple will be revealing more of their confessional side when they take to the stage for their ‘On The Run II’ tour later this year.

Beyonce and Jay Z at the 2018 Grammys

Beyonce and Jay Z at the 2018 Grammys

The full list of ‘On The Run II’ tour dates is below. Tickets are available here.

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06/06/2018 14:39:07
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