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Jay Z, Justin Timberlake announce joint tour

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Put on your suit and tie: Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z are hitting the road together.

The performers announced Friday that they'll embark on a 12-city stadium tour that will kick off July 17 in Toronto at at the Roger's Centre.

"Legends of the Summer" will wrap up Aug. 16 in Miami at Sun LIie Stadium.

 Stops on the tour also include New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia and Boston.

 Jay-Z is featured on Timberlake's comeback single, "Suit & Tie." Timberlake's new album, "The 20/20 Experience," will be released March 19.

Tickets for all dates go on sale to the pubic on Thursday, Feb. 28 at LiveNation.com

LEGENDS OF THE SUMMER tour dates

July 17 Toronto, ON Rogers Centre

July 19 New York, NY Yankee Stadium**

July 22 Chicago, IL Soldier Field

July 26 San Francisco, CA Candlestick Park

July 28 Los Angeles, CA Rose Bowl

July 31 Vancouver, BC BC Place Stadium

August 4 Hershey, PA Hershey Stadium

August 6 Detroit, MI Ford Field

August 8 Baltimore, MD M&T Bank Stadium

August 10 Boston, MA Fenway Park

August 13 Philadelphia, PA Citizens Bank Park

August 16 Miami, FL Sun Life Stadium

** All dates on sale to the public on February 28th, except New York. New York on sale information to be announced soon.

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