Jay-Z, Justin Timberlake to play Soldier Field summer concert

After their performance together at the Grammy Awards this month it appeared inevitable, and so it is: Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z will pair for a 12-date stadium tour this summer, including July 22 at Soldier Field.The two artists have won a combined 23 Grammy Awards and sold 67 million albums. Timberlake will release a new album, “The 20/20 Experience,” next month, his first since 2006.The modestly titled “The Legends of Summer” tour will open July 17 in Toronto, move to New York on July 19 and then play Soldier Field on July 22, promoters Live Nation announced Friday. It will conclude Aug. 16 in Miami. Tickets ($39.50 to $250 plus service fees) for all dates except New York go on sale Feb. 28. Presale tickets will be available Feb. 27.Here are the complete tour dates:July 17: Toronto, Rogers Centre
July 19: New York, Yankee Stadium
July 22: Chicago, Soldier Field
July 26: San Francisco, Candlestick Park
July 28: Los Angeles, Rose Bowl
July 31: Vancouver, BC Place Stadium
Aug. 4: Hershey, Pa., Hershey Stadium
Aug. 6: Detroit, Ford Field
Aug. 8: Baltimore, M&T Bank Stadium
Aug. 10: Boston, Fenway Park
Aug. 13: Philadelphia, Citizens Bank Park
Aug. 16: Miami, Sun Life Stadium.greg@gregkot.com

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