Never one to be out-hyped by Kanye West, Jay Z has announced his own, even bigger North American tour. The Magna Carter World Tour kicks off Nov. 30 in St. Paul, Minnesota, stops in 34 different cities, and runs well into 2014. Maybe all the dates below will make up for the general lackluster nature of Magna Carta Holy Grail.

Jay Z tour 2013
Nov. 30—Xcel Energy Center—St. Paul, Minnesota
Dec. 1—Pinnacle Bank Arena—Lincoln, Nebraska
Dec. 2—Pepsi Center—Denver, Colorado
Dec. 6—Honda Center—Anaheim, California
Dec. 7—Valley View Casino Center—San Diego, California
Dec. 9—Staples Center—Los Angeles, California
Dec. 10—Save Mart Center—Fresno, California
Dec. 11—SAP Center At San Jose—San Jose, California
Dec. 13—Mandalay Bay Events Center—Las Vegas, Nevada
Dec. 18—Chesapeake Energy Arena—Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Dec. 19—Toyota Center—Houston, Texas
Dec. 20—AT&T Center—San Antonio, Texas
Dec. 27—Philips Arena—Atlanta, Georgia
Dec. 28—BJCC Arena—Birmingham, Alabama
Jan. 2—BB&T Center—Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
Jan. 4—Time Warner Cable Arena—Charlotte, North Carolina
Jan. 5—Greensboro Coliseum Complex—Greensboro, North Carolina
Jan. 8—Quicken Loans Arena—Cleveland, Ohio
Jan. 9—United Center—Chicago, Illinois
Jan. 10—The Palace Of Auburn Hills—Detroit, Michigan
Jan. 12-13—Barclays Center—Brooklyn, New York
Jan. 16—Verizon Center—Washington, D.C.
Jan. 17—Mohegan Sun Arena—Uncasville, Connecticut
Jan. 18—TD Garden—Boston, Massachusetts
Jan. 19—Nassau Coliseum—Uniondale, New York
Jan. 21—CONSOL Energy Center—Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Jan. 22—Prudential Center—Newark, New Jersey
Jan. 24—Bell Centre—Montreal, Quebec
Jan. 27—Air Canada Centre—Toronto, Ontario
Jan. 29—Wells Fargo Center—Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Jan. 30—First Niagara Center—Buffalo, New York
Jan. 31—Bryce Jordan Center—State College, Pennsylvania

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