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Students at six schools in South Carolina will get out early on Aug. 21 thanks to the inconvenience of Beyonce and Jay-Z.

Officials with the Richland 1 School District said expected heavy traffic from their On the Run II tour stop in Columbia led to their decision to close schools after a half day.

The district said in a statement that they worry if the schools dismiss at their regular times, buses will get caught in heavy traffic going to the show.

Sadly, all other schools in Richland 1 will dismiss at their normal times.

Beyonce and Jay-Z’s On the Run II concert is being held at the University of South Carolina’s 80,000-seat football stadium.

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6 thoughts on “Bey Day: South Carolina Schools To Close Early On Aug. 21 For ‘On The Run II’ Arrival

  1. This is such a hoax. They are doing anything to draw attention to this flop concern. Schools are not let out early without prior approval from Board of Education. Not for some two has been trying to stay reverent. Get real.

  2. Wayne on said:

    Stop being silly! It’s a SAFETY ISSUE!! What’s a few hours early dismissal compared to the possibility of a school bus accident? C’mon get real!!

  3. Perry on said:

    They will only dismiss schools early that are in proximity to Williams- Brice Stadium where the concert will be held and African American Woman is you had any knowledge of the situation, you would know this make perfect sense!

    • African American Woman on said:

      I’m more concerned about our children’s education than some dumb concert…if you had any common sense you would be too…

  4. African American Woman on said:

    Are you kidding? Kids are just starting school and they think this is worthy of an early dimissal??? The educational system REALLY needs to get its priorities straight…

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