The Weeknd remains one of the best singers in the modern music industry and that is largely due to the themes shown in his albums, notably his After Hours album. Now it seems the singer is planning on having a huge tour next year.
The Weeknd has already cemented himself as one of the all-time greats, being regularly discussed among pop music’s greatest icons. His After Hours album featured Blinding Lights, which is for many, the best song on the album.
According to Rolling Stone, the Weeknd has announced his newly rescheduled After Hours World Tour dates as well as a new greatest hits compilation. The tour will be taking place next year. It was supposed to begin on January 14th, 2022 after being delayed since 2020. The tour is scheduled to end in Tacoma, Washington on May 1st.
However, in an update, the singer revealed that the tour will actually begin next summer as he will be moving his gigs from arenas to stadiums. This was done so that fans can have an even better experience.
“Due to constraints of arenas and the demand for more shows I want to do something bigger and special for you which requires stadiums.”
Ticket holders will be refunded automatically. They will also get priority to buy tickets for the new shows when they are announced. Dates are expected to be detailed very soon.
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