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The Weeknd Tour 2023: Ticket and Other details

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The Weeknd (actual name Abel Tesfaye) is a Canadian R&B singer-songwriter and producer.

He began his career in 2010, and his debut album, ‘Kiss Land,’ debuted at #2 on the Billboard Hot 200 in 2013. In 2015, he released his second album, ‘Beauty Behind the Madness,’ which debuted at number one on the charts. ‘Starboy’ was released in 2016, followed by ‘After Hours’ in 2020 and, most recently, ‘Dawn FM’ in 2022.

He is now one of the best-selling musicians in the world, with several honors and accolades to his credit. He has been nominated for an Academy Award for his song Earned It from 50 Shades Of Gray, as well as a BRIT Award and three Grammys.

He’s also worked with Drake, French Montana, Travis Scott, Ariana Grande, Doja Cat, Tyler The Creator, and Lana Del Rey, and has Rick Ross, Future, and Lil Uzi Vert on his production credits.

What are the prices of The Weeknd tickets?

Currently, The Weeknd tickets start at $52 and go up to $5222 on average. One can buy The Weeknd tickets at Ticketmaster, Ticketnetwork, Vividseats, Stubhub, Viagogo, Livenation.

On tour, who will open for The Weeknd?

Doja Cat will be opening for The Weeknd on all of his tour dates.

Is The Weeknd Planning a Tour in 2023?

The Weeknd will, indeed, tour in 2023. However, the tour’s dates have yet to be finalized.

Floor Seats for The Weeknd

The Weeknd floor seats may be an unforgettable experience. Floor seats/front row seats are sometimes among the most costly tickets available for an event. Vivid Seats occasionally sells VIP The Weeknd meet and greet tickets, which might be more expensive than a front row or floor tickets. Front row or center stage tickets for The Weeknd might be the most expensive.

Setlist by The Weeknd

  • Starboy
  • Party Monster
  • Reminder
  • Six Feet Under
  • Low Life (Future cover)
  • Might Not (Belly cover)
  • Often
  • Acquainted
  • Sidewalks
  • Or Nah (Ty Dolla $ign cover)
  • Crew Love (Drake cover)
  • Some Way (NAV cover)
  • Tell Your Friends / Die for You
  • Wicked Games
  • Rockin’
  • The Morning
  • Earned It
  • Angel
  • In the Night
  • Secrets / Can’t Feel My Face
  • I Feel It Coming

Encore:

The Hills

Last Thoughts

The Weeknd, whose actual name is Abel Tesfaye, originally garnered a following in 2010 when he posted a few handmade recordings online, kicking off his distinctive dark, sensuous, brooding R&B sound. The Weeknd soon soared to worldwide prominence with Billboard R&B chart-topping albums including Trilogy and Kiss Land, thanks to early praise from The New York Times, Pitchfork, and fellow Canadian artist Drake. He rapidly began touring with Drake, Justin Timberlake, and Jhene Aiko after his early record success. Since then, hits from The Weeknd’s critically praised albums “My Dear, Melancholy,” “Starboy,” and “Beauty Behind the Madness” have dominated the music charts. In addition to developing his own original tracks, the Toronto native has continued to gain popularity through collaborations with singers such as Drake, SZA, Ariana Grande, and Kanye West. Take in a The Weeknd After Hours tour concert, where he performs his most famous songs  live, including “Wicked Games,” “The Hills,” and “I Feel it Coming.” He’s also recognized for his appearance at the Super Bowl halftime show and his involvement in the 2019 smash film “Uncut Gems.”

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