Beyonce, Jay Z Perform "'03 Bonnie and Clyde" in Miami to Kick Off On the Run Tour

Entertainment Jun. 26, 2014 AT 10:05AM

Beyonce and Jay Z are On the Run throughout the United States this summer, hitting cities across the country as a part of their joint tour. The married couple, who will also perform in Paris in September, kicked off their On the Run Tour in Miami, Fla. on Wednesday evening, June 25. 

At the packed show at the city's Sun Life Stadium, Jay and Bey opened their set with a performance of the hit single "'03 Bonnie & Clyde." 

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Originally released as a cut off of Jay Z's 2002 album The Blueprint 2, "'03 Bonnie & Clyde" hit the airwaves around the time when the First Couple of Hip-Hop began dating. 

Beyonce and Jay Z performed Bonnie and Clyde
Beyonce and Jay Z performed Bonnie and Clyde
Credit: Jeff Daly/PictureGroup for Parkwood Entertainment

Beyonce, 32, and Jay Z, 44, took the stage in front of a massive screen showing visuals reading "OTR" for the name of their tour, as Jay Z opened the concert by rapping, "Are you ready, B?"

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They then emerged from a cloud of smoke, giving a flawless live performance of one of their biggest hits. Jay Z wore a black blazer over a striped T-shirt with gold chains, a beanie, and black sunglasses, while Beyonce rocked a plunging neckline bodysuit by Atelier Versace and matching netted headpiece.

Beyonce and Jay Z performed Bonnie and Clyde
Beyonce and Jay Z performed Bonnie and Clyde
Credit: Jeff Daly/PictureGroup for Parkwood Entertainment

Later in the show, the stars performed smashes including "Drunk in Love," "Dirt Off Your Shoulders," "Run the World," and "99 Problems." 

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Watch Jay Z and Beyonce do "'03 Bonnie & Clyde" in the video above.

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