The Weeknd Announces New Tour As New Album Is Ready To Drop

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As fans anticipate The Weeknd’s latest album, After Hours, releasing March 20, 2020, the artist announced that he would also be going on tour. The Weeknd hasn’t gone on tour since 2017’s Starboy tour so tickets are sure to go fast. The Toronto native’s first stop is June 11th in Vancouver, with the tour ending in Paris on November 12th.

While fans haven’t heard the full After Hours album, we’ve gotten a taste with the three tracks he’s already released: “After Hours”, “Blinding Lights”, and “Heartless”. He’s sold over 70 million records in the US and has three Grammy Awards, two American Music Awards, and an incredible nine Billboard music awards to his credit.

The After Hours tour spans North America and Europe, including 40 cities across the U.S. and Canada. It has not yet been announced who will join The Weeknd on tour, but with his impressive list of talented artists he’s collaborated with in the past, the opening acts are sure to bring fire.