The weeknd tour

the weeknd tour

When is The Weeknd’s After Hours Tour?

The Weeknd will be finally hitting the road in January 2022 in support of his After Hours album, released in March 2020. Abel officially announced plans for the (twice-rescheduled) After Hours Tour on Wednesday (Feb. 3).

Is the Weeknd going on tour in 2022?

The Weeknd, who last performed on the road in 2018, has had to reschedule the After Hours 2022 tour multiple times due to COVID-19. The Weeknd will be finally hitting the road in January 2022 in support of his After Hours album, released in March 2020.

Who are The Weeknd’s openers for After Hours Til Dawn?

In a recent interview, The Weeknd ‘s team announced the openers for his upcoming stadium tour, After Hours Til Dawn. The interview reveals that the 19-stop North American tour will feature Mike Dean, Snoh Aalegra, and Kaytranada on varying tour dates.

Will the Weeknd’s tickets be refunded?

Picture: The Weeknd/Twitter “Current tickets will be refunded automatically and all ticket holders will be given priority to buy tickets for the stadium shows when they go on sale.” He added: “New dates forthcoming.”

Where will The Weeknd’s After Hours Til Dawn Tour start?

The Weeknd will begin his tour in his hometown of Toronto, Canada, on Saturday, July 8. His first show as part of his stadium tour will be at the Rogers Centre in Toronto. Which cities will The Weeknd visit on his After Hours Til Dawn Tour?

Why is The Weeknd’s Toronto stadium tour postponed?

UPDATED: Friday’s opening date of the Weeknd ’s “After Hours Til Dawn” stadium tour in his hometown of Toronto was postponed due to a nationwide outage of the Rogers Wireless company, one of Canada’s biggest phone networks, which wreaked havoc on the country for most of the day.

Why did The Weeknd change his tour plans for 2022?

“Due to constraints of arenas and the demand for more shows I want to do something bigger and special for you which requires stadiums,” the pop star said UPDATE (10/18): The Weeknd is shifting around his 2022 tour plans, pushing back the start of the trek to next summer and moving his gigs from arenas to stadiums.

When is the after hours world tour coming back?

After originally being set for 2020 and then postponed until 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the North American leg of the After Hours World Tour will now embark on January 14th, 2022 — almost two years after the hit album’s release — with two shows in Vancouver, British Columbia, and conclude May 1st in Tacoma, Washington.

Who are The Weeknd’s new openers Mike Dean and Snoh Aalegra?

Just days before his hotly anticipated “After Hours ‘Til Dawn” tour is set to kick off, The Weeknd has announced new openers who will support him throughout the trek. Joining The Weeknd for the 19-date North America leg are Mike Dean, Snoh Aalegra, and Kaytranada, as reported by Variety.

Where will The Weeknd’s After Hours Til Dawn Tour start?

The Weeknd will begin his tour in his hometown of Toronto, Canada, on Saturday, July 8. His first show as part of his stadium tour will be at the Rogers Centre in Toronto. Which cities will The Weeknd visit on his After Hours Til Dawn Tour?

Who is replacing Doja Cat on The Weeknds After Hours Till Dawn?

The Weeknd has officially replaced Doja Cat with three new opening acts on his highly anticipated After Hours Till Dawn tour — Swedish R&B star Snoh Aalegra, Canadian soul singer Kaytranada, and hip-hop DJ/producer Mike Dean.

Is the Weeknd going on tour in 2020?

The tour itself has also faced a few obstacles in getting off the ground, with The Weeknd originally scheduled to hit the road back in the summer of 2020 in support of his hit album After Hours. When the pandemic hit, however, it was postponed a couple times, with the “Blinding Lights” singer going on to release a full another album, Dawn FM.

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