In 2023, The Weeknd will extend his popular “After Hours Til Dawn” tour, taking the performance to nations in the European Union and Latin America (with two shows in the United Kingdom).
The tour will begin in June and spend two months in Europe before travelling in September and October to Mexico, Columbia, Brazil, Argentina, and Chile. The sale of tickets for the Europe performances begins on Friday, December 2nd at noon local time. Tickets go on sale for the shows in Mexico (at 2 p.m. local time), Brazil (at 10 a.m. local time), and Chile on Thursday, December 8. (11 a.m. local time). Tickets for Columbia will go on sale on Saturday, December 3rd at 9 a.m. local time. The entire schedule is shown below.
Dawn FM, the Weeknd’s most recent album, was made available in January. The project, which included music videos for the tunes “Take My Breath,” “Sacrifice,” and “Gasoline,” was on the longlist for the 2022 Polaris Music Prize.
Tour dates for the European Union and Latin America in 2023
Manchester, United Kingdom, June 10, Etihad Stadium
Denmark’s Horsens on June 14 at the Nordstern Arena
Stockholm, Sweden – Tele2 Arena – June 17
Oslo, Norway – Telenor Arena – June 20
Dutch city of Amsterdam’s Johan Cruijiff Arena on June 24
Marlay Park in Dublin, Ireland, on June 28
Hamburg, Germany, July 2 Volkswagen Parkstadion
Düsseldorf, Germany, July 4 Merkur Spiel Arena.
July 7 – London Stadium, United Kingdom
King Baudouin Stadium in Brussels, Belgium, on July 11
Deutsche Bank Park in Frankfurt, Germany, on July 14.
18th of July: Madrid, Spain Civitates Metropolitano
Barcelona, Spain on July 20 – Estadi Olmpic Llu’s Companies
Nice, France, July 22 – Allianz Riviera
Italian city of Milan’s Ippodromo La Maura on July 26
Stade de France in Paris, France, on July 29
France’s Bordeaux on August 1 Atlantique Matmut
Munich, Germany’s Olympiastadion on August 4; Prague, Czech Republic on August 6. Airport Letnany
Poland’s Warsaw, on August 9 PGE Narodowy Tallinn Song Festival Grounds, Tallinn, Estonia, August 12
Mexico City on September 29 The Foro Sol
Bogotá, Colombia – Estadio El Campn – October 4
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – Stadio Nilton Santos Engenho – October 7
Allianz Parque in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on October 10
Hipódromo de San Isidro in Buenos Aires, Argentina on October 13; Estadio Bicentenario La Florida in Santiago, Chile on October 15