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The Weeknd will deliver 57 performances across the U.S. and Europe on the After Hours Tour that starts 6/11 in Vancouver, B.C.

Produced by Live Nation, The Weeknd will play Newark, N.J., and Brooklyn in early July, Staples Center twice in mid-August and Madison Square Garden at the end of his U.S. run in September.

For all North American dates, each ticket purchased online comes with one CD of The Weeknd's new album After Hours (XO/Republic), which drops 3/20. All purchases of the album or album bundles via the U.K. webstore also give priority access to pre-sale tickets for the U.K. and EU tour dates.

He's started fast out of the gate at the streaming services. He has the #1 song at Spotify Global and two of the Top 5 tracks at Spotify U.S. while “After Hours” is #3 at Apple Music.

Pre-sales begin 2/25; the general on-sale begins 2/28.

Tour Dates:

6/11 - Vancouver, B.C. - Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena

6/14 - Edmonton, Alb. - Rogers Place

6/17 – Winnipeg - Bell MTS Place

6/22 - St. Paul, Minn. - Xcel Energy Center

6/24 – Chicago - United Center

6/26 - Pittsburgh - PPG Paints Arena

6/27 - Detroit - Little Caesar's Arena

6/29-30 - Toronto - Scotiabank Arena

7/2 - Montreal - Bell Centre

7/4 - Uncasville, Conn. - Mohegan Sun

7/7 - Newark, N.J. - Prudential Center

7/8 - Brooklyn - Barclays Center

7/11 - Boston - TD Garden

7/13 - Washington, D.C. - Capital One Arena

7/15 - Charlotte, N.C. - Spectrum Center

7/16 - Atlanta - State Farm Arena

7/18 - Miami - American Airlines Arena

7/21 - Orlando, Fla. - Amway Center

7/23 - New Orleans - Smoothie King Center

7/24 - Houston - Toyota Center

7/25 - Dallas - American Airlines Center

7/27 - Denver - Pepsi Center

7/29 - Salt Lake City - Vivint Smart Home Arena

7/31 - Portland - Moda Center

8/1 - Tacoma, Wash. - Tacoma Dome

8/3 - Oakland - Oakland Arena

8/4 - San Jose - SAP Center

8/6 - Sacramento - Golden 1 Center

8/8 - Anaheim - Honda Center

8/9 - San Diego - Pechanga Arena

8/11 - Glendale, Ariz. - Gila River Arena

8/14-15 - Los Angeles - Staples Center

8/19 - San Antonio - AT&T Center

8/20 - Ft. Worth - Dickies Arena

8/22 - Tulsa - BOK Center

8/23 - Omaha, Neb. - CHI Health Center Omaha

8/25 - St. Louis - Enterprise Center

8/26 - Nashville - Bridgestone Arena

8/28 - Cleveland - Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse

9/1 - Buffalo, N.Y. - KeyBank Arena

9/3 - New York - Madison Square Garden

10/11-13 - London - O2 Arena

10/15 - Newcastle - Metro Radio Arena

10/16 - Birmingham - Arena Birmingham

10/18 - Glasgow - SSE Hydro

10/19 - Manchester - Manchester Arena

10/26 - Antwerp, Belgium - Sportpaleis

10/27 - Amsterdam - Ziggo Dome

10/29 - Berlin - Mercedes-Benz Arena

10/31 - Munich - Olympiahalle

11/8 - Hamburg - Barclaycard Arena

11/9 - Cologne, Germany - Lanxess Arena

11/12 - Paris - AccorHotels Arena

 

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