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The Weeknd After Hours Tour 2020

The Weeknd Announces His After Hours Tour, and Welp, There Goes My Paycheck

Get excited, because The Weeknd is going on tour! Ahead of the release of his After Hours album, the 30-year-old singer announced on Thursday that he's hitting the road starting June 11. The 57-date tour will include stops all across the US, Canada, the UK, Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany, and France, with support from Sabrina Claudio and Don Toliver in the US and 88GLAM and Claudio in Europe. Presale tickets will be available as early as Feb. 25, and general public will follow on Feb. 28. According to a press release, the After Hours tour will contain the most LED lights and video for an arena show.

Earlier this week, The Weeknd revealed his album will be officially dropping on March 20, and he's already given us a taste of what to expect with his singles "Heartless," "Blinding Lights," and "After Hours." On top of it all, The Weeknd will be appearing as a musical guest on Saturday Night Live on March 7 with host Daniel Craig. Check out the tour dates below.

The Weeknd After Hours Tour

  • June 11: Vancouver, BC — Rogers Arena
  • June 14: Edmonton, AB — Rogers Place
  • June 17: Winnipeg, MB — Bell MTS Place
  • June 22: Saint Paul, MN — Xcel Energy Center
  • June 24: Chicago, IL — United Center
  • June 26: Pittsburgh, PA — PPG Paints Arena
  • June 27: Detroit, MI — Little Caesars Arena
  • June 29: Toronto, ON — Scotiabank Arena
  • June 30: Toronto, ON — Scotiabank Arena
  • July 2: Montreal, QC — Centre Bell
  • July 4: Uncasville, CT — Mohegan Sun Arena
  • July 7: Newark, NJ — Prudential Center
  • July 8: Brooklyn, NY — Barclays Center
  • July 11: Boston, MA — TD Garden
  • July 13: Washington DC — Capital One Arena
  • July 15: Charlotte, NC — Spectrum Center
  • July 16: Atlanta, GA — State Farm Arena
  • July 18: Miami, FL — AmericanAirlines Arena
  • July 21: Orlando, FL — Amway Center
  • July 23: New Orleans, LA — Smoothie King Center
  • July 24: Houston, TX — Toyota Center
  • July 25: Dallas, TX — American Airlines Center
  • July 27: Denver, CO — Pepsi Center
  • July 29: Salt Lake City, UT — Vivint Smart Home Arena
  • July 31: Portland, OR — Yoga Center
  • Aug. 1: Tacoma, WA — Tacoma Dome
  • Aug. 3: Oakland, CA — Oakland Arena
  • Aug. 4: San Jose, CA — SAP Center
  • Aug. 6: Sacramento, CA — Golden 1 Center
  • Aug. 8: Anaheim, CA — Honda Center
  • Aug. 9: San Diego, CA — Pechanga Arena San Diego
  • Aug. 11: Glendale, AZ — Gila River Arena
  • Aug. 14: Los Angeles, CA — Staples Center
  • Aug. 15: Los Angeles, CA — Staples Center
  • Aug. 19: San Antonio, TX — AT&T Center
  • Aug. 20: Fort Worth, TX — Dickies Arena
  • Aug. 22: Tulsa, OK — BOK Center
  • Aug. 23: Omaha, NE — CHI Health Center Omaha
  • Aug. 25: St. Louis, MO — Enterprise Center
  • Aug. 26: Nashville, TN — Bridgestone Arena
  • Aug. 28: Cleveland, OH — Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse
  • Sept. 1: Buffalo, NY — KeyBank Center
  • Sept. 3: New York, NY — Madison Square Garden
  • Oct. 11: London, UK — O2 Arena
  • Oct. 12: London, UK — O2 Arena
  • Oct. 13: London, UK — O2 Arena
  • Oct. 15: Newcastle, UK — Metro Radio Arena
  • Oct. 16: Birmingham, UK — Arena Birmingham
  • Oct. 18: Glasgow, UK — SSE Hydro
  • Oct. 19: Manchester, UK — Manchester Arena
  • Oct. 26: Antwerp, Belgium — Sportpaleis
  • Oct. 27: Amsterdam, Holland — Ziggo Dome
  • Oct. 29: Berlin, Germany — Mercedes-Benz Arena
  • Oct. 31: Munich, Germany — Olympiahalle
  • Nov. 8: Hamburg, Germany — Barclaycard Arena
  • Nov. 9: Cologne, Germany — Lanxess Arena
  • Nov. 12: Paris, France — AccorHotels Arena
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