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Jay Z Announces North American Dates for 'Magna Carter' Tour

The shows kick off November 30th in St. Paul, Minnesota

Jay Z performs in New York City.
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September 6, 2013 11:20 AM ET

Jay Z will kick off the North American leg of his massive "Magna Carter World Tour" on November 30th in St. Paul, Minnesota, a 34-date trek in support of his latest album, Magna Carta Holy Grail.

General sale for tickets will begin on September 12th starting at 10 a.m., and will be available through Live Nation and Ticketmaster.

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Starting today, though, fans can head over to the tour's Facebook page and RSVP for early access to pre-sale tickets, which will be available starting on September 11th. If you have a Citi card, however, you'll be able to access tickets on September 9th at 10 a.m. local time.

Jay's been quite busy these past few months, recently wrapping up his Legends of the Summer co-headlining stadium tour with Justin Timberlake, while also curating the second annual Made in America Festival, which took place in Philadelphia over Labor Day weekend.

A full list of Magna Carter World Tour dates are below.

11/30 St. Paul, MN — Xcel Energy Center
12/1 Lincoln, NE — Pinnacle Bank Arena
12/2 Denver, CO — Pepsi Center
12/6 Anaheim, CA — Honda Center
12/7 San Diego, CA — Valley View Casino Center
12/9 Los Angeles, CA — Staples Center
12/10 Fresno, CA — Save Mart Center
12/11 San Jose, CA — SAP Center at San Jose
12/13 Las Vegas, NV — Mandalay Bay Events Center
12/18 Oklahoma City, OK — Chesapeake Energy Arena
12/19 Houston, TX — Toyota Center
12/20 San Antonio, TX — AT&T Center
12/21 Dallas, TX — American Airlines Center
12/27 Atlanta, GA — Philips Arena
12/28 Birmingham, AL — BJCC Arena
1/2 Ft. Lauderdale, FL — BB&T Center
1/4 Charlotte, NC — Time Warner Cable Arena
1/5 Greensboro, NC — Greensboro Coliseum Complex
1/8 Cleveland, OH — Quicken Loans Arena
1/9 Chicago, IL — United Center
1/10 Detroit, MI — The Palace Of Auburn Hills
1/12 Brooklyn, NY — Barclays Center
1/13 Brooklyn, NY — Barclays Center
1/16 Washington DC — Verizon Center
1/17 Uncasville, CT — Mohegan Sun Arena
1/18 Boston, MA — TD Garden
1/19 Uniondale, NY — Nassau Coliseum
1/21 Pittsburgh, PA — CONSOL Energy Center
1/22 Newark, NJ — Prudential Center
1/24 Montreal, PQ — Bell Centre
1/27 Toronto, ON — Air Canada Centre
1/29 Philadelphia, PA — Wells Fargo Center
1/30 Buffalo, NY — First Niagara Center
1/31 State College, PA — Bryce Jordan Center

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