Fans are still waiting for the release of The Weekend’s fourth studio album AFTER HOURS which is set to drop next month on March 20th, but they can already plan ahead to see the Canadian singer perform the tracks in concert. The 30-year-old has finally announced the first batch of dates from his After Hours album tour, which is set to start this Summer till the end of the season. After Hours will mark his first album since 2016’s Starboy, and first project since 2018’s The Weeknd in Japan compilation.
We will see him kick things off on June 11th in Canada before traveling to North America for the remainder of the trip. The Weeknd’s AFTER HOURS tour will, of course, hit the entire West Coast with cities such as Orange County (Anaheim), Oakland, San Jose, Sacramento, San Diego and of course two city stops in Los Angeles at the STAPLES Center. Sabrina Claudio And Don Toliver will be the official supporting acts for the tour.
Check out the full schedule below and make sure to pick up AFTER HOUR on March 20th, 2020!
THE WEEKND AFTER HOURS TOUR 2020
THE AFTER HOURS TOUR : https://t.co/89YAhPTd9g pic.twitter.com/BOEemiDI85
— The Weeknd (@theweeknd) February 20, 2020
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