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On The Run Tour Makes Final Stop in San Francisco

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San Francisco, CA -- One of the biggest concerts of the decade finally made it to the city. Two icons came together to perform some of their Grammy nominated hits and together it was explosive. Amongst the rumors that the power couple would not make it San Francisco due to their martial woes, the rumors proved false.

Jay Z and Beyonce' took the stage in front of a sellout crowd at AT&T Park. Their highly anticipated show was absolutely phenomenal. I've seen both perform separately and together it's something you've never seen before. In their first collaborative tour which will wrap in San Francisco tomorrow night was very entertaining.

They seemed far from a couple that's hit headline news regarding an end to their marriage. Their Bonnie and Clyde themed film montage ran throughout the show that was displayed on two jumbotron screens. Both Jay-Z and Beyonce performed their number one hits together and separately.

Beyonce' appeared to be more daring in a few lace and leopard outfits which included one that showed her butt cheeks as well as her dancers while performing her smash hit "Bow Down Bitches." Mrs. Carter also sang hits such as "Run the World (Girls)", Pretty Hurts, and Single Ladies.

"Am to be successful. Aspire to marriage, can be a source of joy and love."

This was one of the many bold phrases that came across the screen before Beyonce' sang "Flawless" to Outkast "Damn, damn, damn" instrumental. After she sat in a oversized chair it turned around to feature Jay-Z on the other side as he began spitting lyrics out for his hit "Big Pimpin." He sang hits off his album Watch The Throne with Kayne West and some of his classics hits.

He got the crowd screaming to the top of their lungs when he performed many of his old songs which his wife performed along with him like "Song Cry", Public Announcement and his famous classic hit "Hard Knock Life." But most memorable was when the two perfomed "Holy Grail" and "Forever Young which concluded the concert with a video of their daughter Blue Ivy.

Snippets of their family vacation and Blue's first steps brought the sellout crowd to their feet with oooo's and aaahhh's while they watched what appeared to be a perfect family. They held hands, hugged and could not contain their infectious smiles for one another. On stage Jay-Z and Beyonce' are a happily married couple in love despite the divorce rumors.

The negative publicity didn't stop the rise of their tickets sales. The power couple will have grossed more than $100 million in ticket sales. Their concert has sold out across the world and will make its final stop in Paris, France. The On The Run Tour is slated to be the highest earning celebrity couple duo to perform on tour. And after tonight's concert I'd say it's the best in this decade, it's definitely a must see.