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Beyoncé and Jay Z ‘On The Run’ to HBO

Beyoncé and Jay Z ‘On The Run’ to HBO

ON THE RUN:Beyoncé and Jay Z are heading to HBO. Photo: Associated Press

Beyoncé and Jay Z are taking their On The Run Tour to the HBO network.

The hip-hop super-couple is currently in the midst of their first joint tour, and in September, fans will be able to experience the hit concert with a TV special titled On The Run Tour: Beyoncé and Jay Z.

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The program will feature the pair performing its impressive 42-song set at the Stade de France in Paris on Sept. 12 and 13.

The new special is just the latest collaboration for Beyonce and the TV network – last year, her documentary “Life Is But a Dream” aired on the channel, and in June, performances from her Mrs. Carter Show World Tour began airing in four-minute segments as part of the “Beyonce: X10” series.

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