The 'Lemonade' singer is joining her husband to encourage fans to vote.
Beyoncé is reportedly heading to Cleveland to join her husband for a concert meant to encourage fans to get out and vote.
Bey and Jay will be lending their voices to Clinton's campaign, performing in Ohio on Friday, Nov. 4. Both Beyoncé and Hov have endorsed Clinton and the concert is meant to be a massive attempt to get others on board.
CBS, which originally reported the news, says the concert is aimed at African-Americans and millennial voters. It's also a big push to get Ohioans to vote early in the swing state.
Jay Z tweeted about the event earlier, writing, "11/4 Cleveland. Let's make history (again) Thank you to the incredible artist dedicating their time this Friday!"
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Bey's performance will come hot on the heels of her amazing CMAs appearance, where she performed "Daddy Lessons" with the Dixie Chicks. While the set was critically praised and many thought it was the highlight of the show, some CMA fans (aka racists) were none too happy, allegedly causing the awards show to wipe any trace of Bey from its social channels.
Others have supported Clinton's campaign as well. Jennifer Lopez, Katy Perry, and Jon Bon Jovi have performed on her behalf. However, with Beyoncé tied to the upcoming concert in Cleveland, this might be the biggest yet.