If you loved Beyoncé's half-time show performance last night and are dying to see the Queen slay in person, you might just be in luck.
That is, if you live in Toronto or Edmonton ... or are willing to travel to either.
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The cities are the only two Canadian stops on Beyoncé's Formation world tour, which was announced in an ad following her performance at Super Bowl 50.
Queen B will hit Edmonton first with a show at Commonwealth Stadium on Friday, May 20, and then Toronto the following week with a performance at the Rogers Centre on Wednesday, May 25.
Tickets for both shows are expected to go on sale Tuesday, Feb. 16.