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21 May 2020, 11:12
The Weeknd is the latest artist to cancel his tour as he revealed he’s pushed back his ‘After Hours’ world tour until 2021, but when are the new dates?
The ‘Blinding Lights’ singer was set to kick off his first tour date in Vancouver next month, but has now pushed back the entire tour until June 2021, and will begin in the same city.
The Canadian hitmaker, who is the latest artist to reschedule tour dates, shared the news on Instagram, penning: “See you when it’s safe [heartbroken emoji],” along with a statement about how fans can deal with their tickets.
It read: “The Weeknd is rescheduling his highly anticipated The After Hours tour until 2021. New dates for the tour (full dates below with New Orleans being the only cancelled date due to availability), will commence in June of 2021 beginning in Canada and taking him through the US and EU with more dates to be announced soon.
“All tickets will be transferable to the newly scheduled dates. The tour asks ticket holders to please hold on to your tickets as they will be honoured for the new dates.
“If you are a ticket holder and cannot make the new show, you will receive an email directly allowing you to request a refund.”
‘After Hours’ UK Tour Dates
October 22 - Birmingham, England - Utilita Arena Birmingham
October 24 - Manchester, England - Manchester Arena
October 25 - London, England - The O2
October 29 - London, England - The O2
October 30 - London, England - The O2
October 31 - London, England - The O2
November 3 - Newcastle, England - Utilita Arena
TBD - Glasgow, Scotland - SSE Hydro
For more information about ‘After Hours’ tour dates outside of the UK, you can check his website!