The Weeknd Announces Massive Tour For “After Hours”

The new wave R&B icon will hit the road throughout Summer and Fall with a revolutionary stage design.

The Weeknd Announces Massive Tour For “After Hours”
photo credit: Duncan Loudon

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SMACK MEDIA

2/20/2020 3:32 PM

Fresh off the announcement of his new record After Hours out March 20, Live Nation has announced “The After Hours Tour”, The Weeknd’s first trek since The Starboy Tour in 2017.

Well known for his theatricality and epic live show will hit the road for 57 dates and XO’s press release states that “The After Hours Tour” will include state of the art stage production and the most LED lights and video screens ever seen in arena show.

With a total of six Canadian dates including a two night stand in Toronto, the tour will kick off in Vancouver before taking Abel to Europe throughout October. Sabrina Claudio and Don Toliver will serve as openers on the North American leg while 88GLAM will replace Toliver for the remainder of the European dates.

Recently, he’s shared a few songs in anticipation of the new album including “After Hours”, “Blinding Lights”, and “Heartless”. The expertly curated press circuit will see the new wave R&B legend play Saturday Night Live March 7 on an episode hosted by Daniel Craig.

Ranging from $29.75-475.75, tickets go on sale February 27, AMEX holders will receive access February 25. Buy tickets here.

Check out his performance of Heartless backstage at The Late Show below and see the full tour itinerary after the jump.

06-11 Vancouver, British Columbia - Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena

06-14 Edmonton, Alberta - Rogers Place

06-17 Winnipeg, Manitoba - Bell MTS Place

06-22 Saint Paul, MN - Xcel Energy Center

06-24 Chicago, IL - United Center

06-26 Pittsburgh, PA - PPG Paints Arena

06-27 Detroit, MI - Little Caesar’s Arena

06-29 Toronto, Ontario - Scotiabank Arena

06-30 Toronto, Ontario - Scotiabank Arena

07-02 Montreal, Quebec- Bell Centre

07-04 Uncasville, CT - Mohegan Sun

07-07 Newark, NJ - Prudential Center

07-08 Brooklyn, NY - Barclays Center

07-11 Boston, MA - TD Garden

07-13 Washington, D.C. - Capital One Arena

07-15 Charlotte, NC - Spectrum Center

07-16 Atlanta, GA - State Farm Arena

07-18 Miami, FL - American Airlines Arena

07-21 Orlando, FL - Amway Center

07-23 New Orleans, LA - Smoothie King Center

07-24 Houston, TX - Toyota Center

07-25 Dallas, TX - American Airlines Center

07-27 Denver, CO - Pepsi Center

07-29 Salt Lake City, UT - Vivint Smart Home Arena

07-31 Portland, OR - Moda Center

08-01 Tacoma, WA - Tacoma Dome

08-03 Oakland, CA - Oakland Arena

08-04 San Jose, CA - SAP Center

08-06 Sacramento, CA - Golden 1 Center

08-08 Anaheim, CA - Honda Center

08-09 San Diego, CA - Pechanga Arena

08-11 Glendale, AZ - Gila River Arena

08-14 Los Angeles, CA - Staples Center

08-15 Los Angeles, CA - Staples Center

08-19 San Antonio, TX - AT&T Center

08-20 Fort Worth, TX - Dickies Arena

08-22 Tulsa, OK - BOK Center

08-23 Omaha, NE - CHI Health Center Omaha

08-25 St. Louis, MO - Enterprise Center

08-26 Nashville, TN - Bridgestone Arena

08-28 Cleveland, OH - Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse

09-01 Buffalo, NY - KeyBank Arena

09-03 New York, NY - Madison Square Garden

10-11 London, England - O2 Arena

10-12 London, England - O2 Arena

10-13 London, England - O2 Arena

10-15 Newcastle, England - Utilita Arena

10-16 Birmingham, England - Utilita Arena Birmingham

10-18 Glasgow, Scotland - SSE Hydro

10-19 Manchester, England - Manchester Arena

10-26 Antwerp, Belgium - Sportpaleis

10-27 Amsterdam, Netherlands - Ziggo Dome

10-29 Berlin, Germany - Mercedes-Benz Arena

10-31 Munich, Germany - Olympiahalle

11-08 Hamburg, Germany - Barclaycard Arena

11-09 Cologne, Germany - Lanxess Arena

11-12 Paris, France - AccorHotels Arena