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Beyoncé and Jay Z leaving Cecconi’s restaurant in London - Mar. 7
Who runs the world? Not girls – at least, not yet. That’s the message behind a massive concert that’s just been announced in London for this summer, with Beyoncé in the headline slot. She’s the artistic director of a new organisation called Chime For Change, and one of its co-founders alongside Frida Giannini (the creative director of Gucci) and the actress Salma Hayek-Pinault. Their stated goal is the empowerment of girls and women worldwide, and – lucky for London – their first major fundraising event, ‘The Sound of Change Live’, will be broadcast live around the world from Twickenham Stadium on June 1.
All of which means that tomorrow morning (March 27) at 9am, you can grab tickets to see a storming series of strong female musicians including Florence And The Machine, Haim, Rita Ora, Ellie Goulding, Iggy Azalea and Laura Pausini – and a couple of boys, John Legend and Timbaland. And you can feel good about it too, because Gucci are supporting the concert so that ticket buyers can choose to donate the price of their seat to any of a range of selected projects promoting education, health and justice for women worldwide. It will be, essentially, the feminist Live Aid. James Manning
Jay-Z and Beyonce have made New York City their home base, with an apartment in Tribeca, but the superstar parents are reportedly planning to spend most of this summer in London. Jay and Bey have reportedly purchased a new apartment in the UK, where they’ll camp out while Jay-Z and Kanye West tour in Europe.
The Sun reports (via Global Grind) that the couple have sprung for 5-bedroom apartment in the city, instead of crashing in hotels while they’re abroad: ”Both Jay-Z and Beyoncé are going to be spending a lot of time in London over the next few months Jay is over here for his Watch The Throne Tour and Radio 1’s Big Weekend and Beyonce will be launching her perfume in Europe over the summer.”
Jay’s Watch the Throne co-pilot, Kanye West, will be renting a floor of The Lanesborough hotel while he performs dates on the duo’s European tour.
The Throne 2012 European tour dates:
»5/20 London @ O2 Arena
»5/24 Switzerland @ Zurich Hallenstadion
»5/26 Denmark @ Herning Arena
»5/28 Norway @ Oslo Telenor Arena
»5/29 Sweden @ Stockholm Globe Arena
»6/1 France @ Paris Bercy
»6/2 France @ Paris Bercy
»6/3 Belgium @ Sportpaleis Antwerpen
»6/5 Germany @ Frankfurt Festhalle
»6/8 Ireland @ Dublin O2 Arena
»6/11 Manchester, UK @ MEN Arena
»6/13 Birmingham, UK @ LG Arena