The Weeknd Reschedules ‘After Hours’ Tour Dates

11th February 2021 | Category: Concerts

The Weeknd has announced that he will tour ‘After Hours’ in January 2022. The long-awaited trek was originally supposed to launch in 2020, but was delayed to 2021 due to the pandemic.

The 104-date global tour will kick off on January 14th in Vancouver at Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena with stops in Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, Miami, Paris, Berlin, and more, before wrapping November 16th in London at The O2.

The worldwide tour announcement comes just days after the multi-platinum singer’s headlining Super Bowl performance, and also includes a handful of rescheduled dates shifting from 2021 to be a part of the After Hours World Tour in 2022.

With the addition of 39 new tour dates, The Weeknd has also released “The Highlights” on February 5th, an album that features some of The Weeknd’s most notable works in one place.

After the Super Bowl halftime show on February 7th, streams of The Weeknd’s songs surged 41% in the U.S. according to initial reports to MRC Data.

The collected songs across his entire catalog generated 48.9 million on-demand streams (audio and video) on February 7-8 – up 42% compared to the 34.5 million they tallied on February 5-6.

His most-streamed song on February 7-8 was his long-running Billboard Hot 100 hit “Blinding Lights” (6.54 million; up 42%), which also served as his halftime-closer.

His second-most-streamed tune was “Save Your Tears” (6.19 million; up 23%), which is also his current radio single and most recent top 10 on the Hot 100. Combined, “Blinding” and “Save” accounted for 26% of his total streams on February  7-8.

And the nine songs heard during The Weeknd’s halftime performance collectively earned 23.8 million streams on February 7-8 – up 51% compared to their 15.77 million on February 5-6.

Here’s where you can find The Weeknd tickets for the star’s upcoming tour.

After Hours World Tour 2022

Show Date and Time: January 14, 2022 – November 16, 2022

Show Location: Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena, Vancouver, BC – The O2, London, UK

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