After a number of postponements and cancellations due to COVID-19, The Weeknd has announced his newest tour plans and he is upgrading from arenas to stadiums across North America.
Dubbed the “After Hours Til Dawn” tour, in support of his two latest LP’s After Hours and Dawn FM, the “Can’t Feel My Face” singer will kick off things at the Rogers Centre in Toronto before making stops at a number of stadiums throughout North America, including a stop at Chicago’s Soldier Field. And if The Weeknd alone wasn’t worth the price of admission, he is bringing along Doja Cat for the ride.
Presale for tour dates begins tomorrow. Fans can visit Ticketmaster.com for tickets and more information.
Check out the lineup poster for The Weeknd’s “After Hours Til Dawn” tour below.
From the XO rapper’s new #1 album, Bad Habits, Nav has dropped the official music video for his album’s Weeknd-assisted single ‘Price On My Head’.
The Canadian rapper’s sophomore album is received a lot of praise from fans and is a must download. Whenever The Weeknd and Nav team up on a track, fans listen and the rest of the album doesn’t disappoint either.
Watch Nav’s music video for ‘Price On My Head’ featuring The Weeknd below.
Summerfest surprised hip-hop fans in Milwaukee this morning with the booking of the festival’s third American Family Insurance Amphitheatre headliner. Joining J. Cole and Logic (who will perform in support of Halsey), The Weeknd will also bless the stage at Summerfest 2018.
The Weeknd will perform at Summerfest’s American Family Insurance Amphitheatre on Saturday, July 7th with a “surprise special guest”, already leading fans to speculate as to who it may be. The Grammy award winning singer is currently enjoying the success of his brand new EP, My Dear Melancholy.
Tickets for The Weeknd’s Milwaukee performance will go on sale this Saturday at 10AM (Central). Fans can visit Summerfest.com for more information.
Watch the lyric video for The Weeknd’s ‘Call Out My Name’ below.
It’s starting to get cold in the Windy City but the live music scene is getting hotter than ever. We’re months removed from the summer festival season, but Chi-town is bringing some of the biggest artists in the world to the city for some amazing shows.
From Red Bull Sound Select’s “30 Days In Chicago” series, with concerts from Migos, Lil Yachty, 6LACK and the big reunion of the Big Tymers (to name a few), to some big headlining arena shows from The Weeknd, Halsey, Guns N Roses and more, Chicago (and the surrounding areas) are delivering some of the best concerts of the year in November.
Check out our list of the 12 can’t miss concerts in Chicago this month!
For it’s 16th straight year Bonnaroo brought some of the biggest names in music for fans in Manchester, TN. With memorable sets from The Weeknd, U2, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Travis Scott, Lorde and Major Lazer, just to name a few, this was certainly another great year at The Farm.
Check out our fourth Bonnaroo Photo Series of 2017, of The Weeknd’s headlining performance.
After wrapping up Phase One of his huge arena tour, as well as putting on a show stopping performance at Bonnaroo this past weekend, The Weeknd has shared the forthcoming Phase 2 of his Starboy: Legend Of The Fall Tour. With new dates in the U.S., Canada, Australia and New Zealand, the ‘Hills’ singer will be all over the world this fall.
The second phase will begin on September 6th in University Park, PA and Abel will make stops in Las Vegas, Chicago, Indianapolis, Boston, Toronto and many more, until this phase of the tour concludes on December 14th in Australia. If you weren’t able to get tickets in time for the first leg of the tour, now is your second chance.
As the world continued to mourn the tragic attacks in Manchester, where a suicide bomber killed over 20 during an stop on Ariana Grande’s world tour, thousands of music fans in Chicago came out to the Allstate Arena in Rosemont to share a common love for music in an emotional setting. With heightened security efforts and nerves running throughout the crowd, fans were able to take a timeout from all the terror in the world as the curtains dropped for The Weeknd’s Chicago performance.
Dubbed the Starboy: Legend of the Fall World Tour, Canadian singer, The Weeknd, brought entertaining performances from his latest LP and a lot of supporting talent to the Illinois crowd. With opening performances from singer 6LACK (pronounced “black”), XO and Roc Nation rapper Belly and the always energetic duo of Rae Sremmurd, Chicago was set for a memorable night from the very beginning.
But as the house lights turned off, it was all about The Weeknd. Fans began to scream and the floor crowd rushed from their seats to the barricades of the long catwalk that extended across 3/4th of the arena’s length. As the tour’s production set up, which resembled a futuristic spaceship, began to lower towards the ground, Abel emerged from underneath the stage to greet his Chicago fans, opening with the title track to his new album Starboy. Continuing with tracks like ‘Party Monster’ and ‘Reminder’, both singles from the album, the headlining performance kicked off on a high note.
The energy levels stay high, as The Weeknd invited his tourmates back on stage for a number of guest performances. First, Belly joined The Weeknd for a great performance of their track, ‘Might Not’. Next, 6BLACK reemerged, to join Abel for 6LACK’s track ‘PRBLMS’. And last but not least, Rae Sremmurd picked up where they left off, to perform their mega single ‘Black Beatles’ for the Allstate Arena, with The Weeknd serving as the duo’s hype man.
Performing over 20 tracks for Chicago, which included the majority of tracks from Starboy, as well as a collection of tracks from the rest of his catalog, there was a plethora of highlights to choose from. Whether The Weeknd was performing hit singles from his Beauty Behind The Madness LP, or tracks from his critically acclaimed The Trilogy series, fans were entertained from start to finish. And after The Weeknd finished his performance with his hit Daft Punk-assisted track ‘I Feel It Coming’, the night wouldn’t have complete without an encore, where The Weeknd said goodbye to the Windy City with a perfect performance of his 2015 single, ‘The Hills’.
Last night was just what music fans needed, a reminder that live shows can still be a safe place to escape the rest of the world and enjoy some great music with friends and family. Except for heightened security levels, no terror attack will ever change that.
Check out our photos of The Weeknd’s Chicago stop on the Starboy: Legend of the Fall World Tour below and pick up your tickets for another stop on the tour at LiveNation.com.
Off her forthcoming and highly anticipated LP, Lana Del Rey has released her official music video for her upcoming album’s title track and The Weeknd collaboration, ‘Lust For Life’. With vintage filmed visuals, where Lana and Abel sit atop Los Angeles’ famous Hollywood Sign, ‘Lust For Life’ is a great taste of what’s to expect from Lana’s upcoming efforts.
Although Lust For Life was originally expected for a May 26th release, via Interscope, fans may have to wait until later in the summer. However the album is still expected to release this summer, and if fans are lucky, with a headlining tour to soon follow.
Watch Lana Del Rey’s music video for ‘Lust For Life’ below.
The Weeknd has returned the favor to singer Lana Del Rey, after she assisted vocals on his last two albums, for ‘Prison’ and ‘Stargirl Interlude’. This time the two have teamed up again, for the title track of Lana’s forthcoming album, Lust For Life.
While the release date for Lana’s new album have still yet to be announced, ‘Lust For Life’ has us very excited for the ‘Video Game’ singers latest project. Lust For Life will be all for the fans and will have more collaborations than her previous albums to date. Don’t be surprise if Lana blesses us all with Lust For Life very soon
Listen to Lana Del Rey’s title track for Lust For Life below.