Beyoncé and Jay-Z are going On the Run again - and coming to Atlanta.

The couple is set to hit stages around the world for their 36-city OTR II (On the Run 2) world tour that will come to Mercedes-Benz Stadium during the summer.

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Following a premature posting of the tour online, Bey officially confirmed the tour with an announcement on Instagram, along with a promotional video of the power couple for the second round of their joint tour. They first went on tour together in 2014, pre-Lemonade and 4:44 tea spilling and divorce rumors.

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Will this mean new music from the duo? Jay-Z hinted at the possibility of a collaborative album in an interview with T Magazine in November, and the two have joined forces on a slew of tracks since their last combined live tour. Fans might also get a taste of what the tour could bring with Beyoncé's Coachella performance in April.

Fans on Twitter had a lot to say about the upcoming tour, including many who weren't happy that their bank accounts are about to take a direct hit thanks to Bey and Jay.

One user had to make sure their money was in order before tickets go on sale.

Another fan said that Beyoncé gave her no choice in the matter, tweeting: "Beyoncé just informed me that I'll be purchasing tickets to OTR II."

Things got real for one fan, who tweeted: "Good morning Beyoncé and Jay Z are trying to kill me."

Some fans weren't happy that Jay-Z will be hitting the stage.

One user wrote "When Jay start making noise on Beyoncé’s tour" alongside a photo of someone covering their ears.

Another user used a Jay-Z meme against him, writing: "Me at the #OTRII tour when Beyoncé leaves the stage for a costume change and j*y z (sic) comes on."

The global tour will start on June 6 in the UK and Europe before crossing the pond to North America on July 25. Tickets go on sale March 19.

See the North American tour dates below:

July 25 - Cleveland, Ohio, FirstEnergy Stadium

July 28 - Washington, FedEx Field

July 30 - Philadelphia, Lincoln Financial Field

August 2 - E. Rutherford, N.J., MetLife Stadium

August 5 - Boston, Gillette Stadium

August 8 - Minneapolis, US Bank Stadium

August 10 - Chicago, Soldier Field

August 13 - Detroit, Ford Field

August 18 - Buffalo, N.Y., New Era Field

August 23 - Nashville, Tenn., Vanderbilt Stadium

August 25 - Atlanta, Mercedes Benz Stadium

August 29 - Orlando, Fl., Camping World Stadium

August 31 - Miami, Hard Rock Stadium

Sept. 11 - Arlington, TX, AT&T Stadium

Sept. 13 - New Orleans, Mercedes-Benz Superdome

Sept. 15 - Houston, NRG Stadium

Sept. 19 - Phoenix, University of Phoenix Stadium

Sept. 22 - Los Angeles, Rose Bowl

Sept. 27 - San Diego, SDCCU Stadium

Sept. 29 - Santa Clara, Calif., Levi’s Stadium

Oct. 2 - Vancouver, BC, BC Place