The Weeknd has postponed its tour to 2023. The singer was supposed to set off for his “The After Hours Tour” next month, but had to postpone the performances by 12 months because of the corona pandemic.

A statement on his Instagram account reads: "The Weeknd postpones its upcoming The After Hours tour until 2023. The new dates for the tour … will start in June 2023 in Canada and bring him to America and Europe and information other dates will be announced soon. All tickets will be valid for the new shows. Ticket owners are encouraged to keep them as they will be valid for the new dates. ”

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Start in June 2023

The crush of women tour will start on June 12, 2023 in Vancouver and will be followed by shows in numerous cities across the United States. The 30-year-old artist will also come to Europe to perform gigs in France and Belgium, among others. (Bang)


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