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July 10, 2017

Jay-Z skips Philly in newly announced 31-stop fall tour

Best get those Made in America tickets after all

It’s been only 10 days since Jay-Z dropped his 13th studio album, "4:44," on Tidal, but the internet has already sufficiently addressed and analyzed which lyrics are in response to Beyoncé's “Lemonade” and moved on to anticipating the announcement of tour dates.

With this in mind, Jay-Z made a lot of fans happy Monday with the announcement of a 31-stop North American tour that will kick off in October. It's definitely good news for a lot of fans – except for those in Philly.

Unfortunately for local Hova fans, our city is missing from the list of concert dates, as the tour skips straight from New York on Nov. 26 to Washington, D.C., on the 29th. For the truly committed, you're going to have to do some footwork to see him perform songs from "4:44," at least in this upcoming fall tour.

We can’t complain too much, though, because Jay-Z will be in town for Labor Day weekend during the annual Made in America festival, which he’s co-headlining with J. Cole and The Chainsmokers. His sister-in-law Solange will also be performing, as well as Kaskade, Little Dragon and dozens of other artists during the two-day event.

You can check out the full tour dates below for the "4:44" tour, but, well, you'll probably be disappointed.

Oct. 27 – Anaheim, California – Honda Center

Oct. 28 – Las Vegas, Nevada – T-Mobile Arena

Nov. 1 – Fresno, California – Save Mart Center at Fresno State

Nov. 3 – Phoenix, Arizona – Talking Stick Resort Arena

Nov. 5 – Denver, Colorado – Pepsi Center Arena

Nov. 7 – Dallas, Texas – American Airlines Center

Nov. 8 – Houston, Texas – Toyota Center

Nov. 9 – New Orleans, Louisiana – Smoothie King Center

Nov. 11 – Orlando, Florida – Amway Center

Nov. 12 – Miami, Florida – American Airlines Arena

Nov. 14 – Atlanta, Georgia – Philips Arena

Nov. 15 – Nashville, Tennessee – Bridgestone Arena

Nov. 16 – Charlotte, North Carolina – Spectrum Center

Nov. 18 – Detroit, Michigan – 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, Massachusetts – TD Garden

Nov. 26 – Brooklyn, New York – Barclays Center

Nov. 29 – Washington, D.C. – Verizon Center

Dec. 2 – Uniondale, New York – Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum

Dec. 5 – Chicago, Illinois – United Center

Dec. 6 – Lincoln, Nebraska – Pinnacle Bank Arena

Dec. 9 – Edmonton, Alberta – Rogers Place

Dec. 11 – Vancouver, British Columbia – Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena

Dec. 13 – Seattle, Washington – KeyArena

Dec. 14 – Portland, Oregon – Moda Center

Dec. 16 – Oakland, California – Oracle Arena

Dec. 17 – Sacramento, California – Golden 1 Center

Dec. 19 – San Diego, California – Viejas Arena

Dec. 21 – Los Angeles, California – The Forum