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Beyoncé announces two Canadian stops on Formation Tour

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DH Vancouver Staff Feb 08, 2016 8:44 am

Following Beyoncé’s Super Bowl halftime performance and the release of her new music video the day prior, the legendary pop star announced several European and North American stops on her Formation Tour, including two in Canada.

The two stops will be in Edmonton at the Commonwealth Stadium on May 20 and in Toronto at Rogers Centre on May 25.

Sadly, there are no plans to stop in Vancouver, but there is a Seattle performance at Centurylink Field on May 18 (the current exchange rate, however, might be a bit of a hindrance).

The tour kicks off on April 27 in Miami, Florida and tickets go on sale on February 15.

This will be Beyoncé’s first big tour since The Mrs. Carter Show in 2013.

Here are all of the North American dates for Beyoncé’s Formation Tour:

  • Wednesday, April 27: Miami, Florida, Marlins Park
  • Friday, April 29: Tampa, Florida, Raymond James Stadium
  • Sunday, May 1: Atlanta, Georgia, Georgia Dome
  • Tuesday, May 3: Raleigh, North Carolina, Carter-Finley Stadium
  • Thursday, May 5: Nashville, Tennessee, Nissan Stadium
  • Saturday, May 7: Houston, Texas, NRG Stadium
  • Monday, May 9: Dallas, Texas, AT&T Stadium
  • Thursday, May 12: San Diego, California, Qualcomm Stadium
  • Saturday, May 14: Los Angeles, California, Rose Bowl
  • Monday, May 16: Santa Clara, California, Levi’s Stadium
  • Wednesday, May 18: Seattle, Washington, CenturyLink Field
  • Friday, May 20: Edmonton, Alberta, Commonwealth Stadium
  • Monday, May 23: Minneapolis, Minnesota, TCF Bank Stadium
  • Wednesday, May 25: Toronto, Ontario, Rogers Centre
  • Friday, May 27: Chicago, Illinois, Soldier Field
  • Sunday, May 29: Detroit, Michigan, Ford Field
  • Tuesday, May 31: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Heinz Field
  • Friday, June 3: Boston, Massachusetts, Gillette Stadium
  • Sunday, June 5: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Lincoln Financial Field
  • Tuesday, June 7: New York, New York, Citi Field
  • Friday, June 10: Baltimore, Maryland, M&T Bank Stadium
  • Sunday, June 12: Hershey, Pennsylvania, Hersheypark Stadium

And her European tour dates:

Tuesday, June 28: Sunderland, UK, Stadium of Light
Thursday, June 30: Cardiff, UK, Millennium Stadium
Saturday, July 2: London, UK, Wembley Stadium
Tuesday, July 5: Manchester, UK, Emirates Old Trafford
Thursday, July 7: Glasgow, UK, Hampden Park
Saturday, July 9: Dublin, Ireland, Croke Park
Tuesday, July 12: Dusseldorf, Germany, Esprit Arena
Thursday, July 14: Zurich, Switzerland, Letzigrund
Saturday, July 16: Amsterdam, Netherlands, Arena
Monday, July 18: Milan, Italy, Stadio San Siro
Thursday, July 21: Paris, France, Stade de France
Sunday, July 24: Copenhagen, Denmark, Parken
Tuesday, July 26: Stockholm, Sweden, Friends Arena
Friday, July 29: Frankfurt, Germany, Commerzbank Arena
Sunday, July 31: Brussels, Belgium, Roi Boudoin

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