Beyoncé & Jay-Z Fans Enjoy Free ‘On the Run’ Concert Outside AT&T Park in San Francisco

By Epoch Video
Epoch Video
Epoch Video
August 7, 2014 Updated: August 7, 2014

Although many paid hundreds of dollars to watch the “On The Run” show at the AT&T Park in San Francisco where Beyoncé and Jay-Z performed, some enjoyed the music for free. 

With giant screens hanging over the park, fans standing on the adjacent lawn across from the park were not only treated to the music but also to the visuals of the concert. The tickets for the concert cost anywhere from $100 to $9,100 a seat, and some fans said they just weren’t up for breaking the bank to get in.

San Francisco is the last leg of the tour in the U.S. for the couple who will be making some $100 million from the tour in the U.S. alone. Beyoncé Knowles and Shawn Carter performed two shows in San Francisco on August 5, and 6, and made a total of 19 stops across the country this year.  

According to Billboard, the ticket sales for the show were struggling at first and many rumored that the tour will be a flop. Ticket sales however picked up closer to the dates of the shows, and reports said the couple managed to reel in some 4 million per show. 

“On the Run” tour will head to Paris, France, in September.


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