The Weeknd has announced European and Latin American dates for his After Hours Til Dawn tour, which belatedly wrapped its North American leg in Los Angeles over the weekend. Next year's dates begin on June 10 of next year in Manchester, UK at Etihad Stadium. The newly announced European leg of the tour spans 21 cities and continues with six dates in Latin America's most popular destinations before wrapping up in Santiago, Chile on Oct. 15 at the Estadio Bicentenario...
While it’s true that his out-of-nowhere album “Dawn FM” didn’t have the impact of his double-platinum, pandemic-era “After Hours” or two earlier sets that went four-times platinum, The Weeknd remained newsworthy in 2022, pairing with Swedish House Mafia as a late headliner for Coachella in April and kicking off his own U.S. stadium tour. Guesting on other artists’ singles added to his trophy case: Beyoncé’s 2016 track “6 Inch” went platinum; his Doja Cat collaboration from last year, “You Right,” went double platinum; and Future’s 2016 release “Low Life” reached eight-times platinum. His immersive, album-inspired Amazon Prime Video special “The Dawn FM Experience” debuted in February, and HBO’s drama series “The Idol,” with Lily-Rose Depp, lies ahead. He unveiled a provocative teaser for the show in August at his Las Vegas stadium show.