Jay-Z and Beyoncé offering free tickets to ‘OTR II’ tour in exchange for simply being kind
Global Citizen

Jay-Z and Beyoncé, one of pop music’s most influential power couples, are getting ready to embark on their highly anticipated “On The Run II” Tour, which starts this Wednesday (June 6) at Principality Stadium in Cardiff, U.K. The British leg of their world tour lasts a total of 5 concerts before coming to an end on June 16 in London, and fans hoping to attend at least one of those shows now have a chance of doing so foo free by taking advantage of volunteer opportunities through Beyonce’s BeyGOOD initiative.

As British music outlet NME reports, one of the philanthropic arms of Beyoncé’s brand known as BeyGood is teaming up with Prince Charles’ Prince’s Trust and well-known anti-poverty organization Global Citizen to provide fans with free concert tickets as a reward for “performing acts of kindness and charity.” The Beyhive will remember that Beyoncé’s BeyGood made headlines earlier this year when she announced her 2018 college scholarship opportunity for recent high school graduates hoping to attend select universities come fall.

According to the “DoGood” registration page on the Prince’s Trust website, the organization offers “a range of volunteering activities and ways [fans] can give [their] time, from mentoring to taking part and supporting at events such as Palace to Palace or Regional Prince's Trust awards.” Those hoping to take advantage of the opportunity can click here to sign up and learn more about how to volunteer. Fans should note that volunteers must be over 14 years of age to enter due to stadium restrictions, and at least 16 years of age to enter via the 'Give your Time' form "due to volunteering restrictions." Winners under the age of 16 will need to bring someone who is at least 18-years-old as their +1 to the concert.

Ivy McGregor, BeyGOOD’s Director of Philanthropy added, “The united efforts of BeyGOOD/DoGood, along with our amazing partners The Prince’s Trust and Global Citizen, are calling upon you to lift your voices, lend your hands and share your creativity as active and positive forces for doing good.”

The North American leg of the “OTR II” Tour is scheduled to begin on July 25 in Cleveland, and runs throughout the remainder of the summer months and into early October. The global trek will be Beyoncé’s first public shows since performing at both weekends of Coachella back in April, and first tour since giving birth to twins last year.

Video from Beyoncé and Jay-Z's performance at New York's Global Citizen Festival back in 2014 can be watched above.