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How to get The Weeknd’s 2020 UK After Hours tour tickets – dates and venues

The Weeknd's After Hours tour is coming to the UK

The Weeknd tour

The Weeknd is touring again this year with his worldwide After Hours show.


As well as extensive US dates, the Canadian performer (real name Abel Makkonen Tesfaye) will appear in his home nation, across Europe and for a string of shows in the UK later in the year.

The tour comes ahead of the singer’s After Hours album release (due 30 March) of which two singles have been released so far; Heartless and Blinding Lights. The Weeknd’s latest album follows his 2016 release Starboy and will be his fourth studio release so far.

The 30-year-old posted details of his tour on social media accounts, which reveal his support acts to be Sabrina Claudio, Don Toliver and 88Glam.

Here’s everything you need to know about The Weeknd’s 2020 tour and how to get your tickets.

When is The Weeknd 2020 tour?

The Weeknd’s 2020 After Hours tour kicks off in Vancouver, Canada this June and will see the singer performing across the globe until mid-November, when the tour culminates with a show in Paris.

From the 11th until 19th October this year The Weeknd will be in the UK performing up and down the country.

When do tickets for The Weeknd 2020 tour go on sale?

Tickets for The Weeknd’s 2020 After Hours tour are on presale now.

General tickets go on sale 9am on Friday 28 February.

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How to get tickets for The Weeknd 2020 UK tour

Tickets for the tour are available to buy through official retailer Ticketmaster.

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Which UK venues will The Weeknd tour in 2020?

The Weeknd will perform three gigs at The O2, London as well as at venues in Manchester, Newcastle, Birmingham and Glasgow.

Which European venues will The Weeknd tour in 2020?

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As well as his US and UK shows, The Weekend will perform in a number of European cities following his stint in the UK.

  • 27 October: Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam Zuidoost, Netherlands – get tickets
  • 29 October: Mercedes-Benz Arena, Berlin, Germany – get tickets
  • 31 October: Olympiahalle, Munich, Germany – get tickets
  • 8 November: Barclaycard Arena Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany – get tickets
  • 9 November: Lanxess Arena, Cologne, Germany – get tickets
  • 12 November: Accorhotels Arena, Paris, France – get tickets

Which US and Canadian venues will The Weeknd tour in 2020?

The Weeknd will be appearing across a number of venues in US states as well as Canada throughout the year.

  • 11 June: Rogers Arena, Vancouver, Canada – get tickets
  • 14 June: Rogers Place, Edmonton, Canada – get tickets
  • 17 June: Winnipeg, Mts Centre, Canada – get tickets
  • 22 June: Xcel Energy Center, St Paul, MN – get tickets
  • 24 June: United Center, Chicago, IL – get tickets
  • 26 June: PPG Paints Arena, Pittsburgh, PA – get tickets
  • 27 June: Little Caesars Arena, Detroit, MI – get tickets
  • 29 June: Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, Canada – get tickets
  • 30 June: Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, Canada – get tickets
  • 2 July: Bell Centre, Montreal, Canada – get tickets
  • 4 July: Mohegan Sun Arena, Uncasville, CT – get tickets
  • 7 July: Prudential Center, Newark, NJ – get tickets
  • 8 July: Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY – get tickets
  • 11 July: TD Garden, Boston, MA – get tickets
  • 13 July: Capital One Arena, Washington, DC – get tickets
  • 15 July: Spectrum Center, Charlotte, NC – get tickets
  • 16 July: State Farm Arena, Atlanta, GA – get tickets
  • 18 July: American Airlines Arena, Miami, FL – get tickets
  • 21 July: Amway Center, Orlando, FL – get tickets
  • 23 July: Smoothie King Center, New Orleans, LA – get tickets
  • 24 July: Toyota Center, Houston, TX – get tickets
  • 25 July: American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX – get tickets
  • 27 July: Pepsi Center, Denver, CO – get tickets
  • 29 July: Vivint Smart Home Arena, Salt Lake City, UT – get tickets
  • 31 July: Moda Center, Portland, OR – get tickets
  • 1 August: Tacoma Dome, Tacoma, WA – get tickets
  • 3 August: Oakland Arena, Oakland, CA – get tickets
  • 4 August: SAP Center, San Jose, CA – get tickets
  • 6 August: Golden 1 Center, Sacramento, CA – get tickets
  • 8 August: Honda Center, Anaheim, CA – get tickets
  • 9 August: Penchanga Arena San Diego, San Diego, CA – get tickets
  • 11 August: Gila River Arena, Glendale, AZ – get tickets
  • 14 August: Staples Center, Los Angeles, CA – get tickets
  • 15 August: Staples Center, Los Angeles, CA – get tickets
  • 19 August: AT&T Center, San Antonio, TX – get tickets
  • 20 August: Dickies Arena, Fort Worth, TX – get tickets
  • 22 August: Bok Center, Tulsa, OK – get tickets
  • 23 August: Centurylink Center Omaha, Omaha, NE – get tickets
  • 25 August: Enterprise Center, St Louis, MO – get tickets
  • 26 August: Bridgestone Arena, Nashville, TN – get tickets
  • 28 August: Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse, Cleveland, OH – get tickets
  • 1 September: Keybank Center, Buffalo, NY – get tickets
  • 3 September: Madison Square Garden, New York, NY – get tickets