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Folks who have “On the Run” tour tickets will get to see a brief glimpse of Beyonce and Jay Z’s wedding for the first time.

During Wednesday’s opening night in Miami, the couple showed a few seconds of their top secret 2008 nuptials. The never-before-seen footage included the couple exchanging rings, and Bey in a traditional-looking white wedding dress and veil.

Also, attendees are seen cheering when they walk down the aisle after the ceremony.

Here’s how Rolling Stone writer Daniel Kreps detailed the opening night:

1. The Opening Sequence

The Carters didn’t waste any time before getting to their duets. Instead of saving them for the encore, they came out of the gate with “’03 Bonnie & Clyde,” “Upgrade U” and a “Crazy In Love” vs. “Show Me What You Got” mash-up that set the tone for the evening, the star couple both reinventing their respective catalogs and fusing them together.

2. The Interplay Between the Carters

As opposed to Jay Z’s other split-marquee tours – his jaunts with Justin Timberlake, R. Kelly, and Kanye West – On the Run felt truly collaborative. Beyoncé would perform a couple solo cuts, then Jay would bust out a medley of hits, then they’d share the stage for a “Holy Grail” or “Drunk in Love” before rotating the spotlight again. This interplay resulted in some unforgettable musical moments, like when a punk rock solo rendition of Beyoncé’s “Ring the Alarm” segued seamlessly into Jay’s “On to the Next One” or when a “Naughty Girl” remix morphed into “Big Pimpin’.”

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2 thoughts on “Beyonce, Jay Z Show Wedding Clips in ‘On the Run’ Opener (Watch) + More Concert Details

  1. Diamondgrrl55 on said:

    I think it’s funny how first there’s articles on the tour not making much money, then article stating it is and now y’all talking about how great it is??? Hmm… Sounds to me like y’all trying to help promote it. I could care less how many times bey changes outfits, or them showing there wedding clips. First off, how long they been married? No one cares about the wedding now, that’s old news. Second I wouldn’t pay high ticket costs to see her change outfits and see wedding clips. I think concerts should be about singing if the artist can sing and listening to music that makes you feel something and could relate to. Seeing the artist connect with fans. That’s what it’s about to me. Not to see hair flips and outfit changes lol.

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