The Weeknd announces a concert in Poland! The author of the radio hits “Blinding Lights” and “Take My Breath” will announce a tour of Europe and Latin America, as part of which he will also visit our country in 2023. Where and when will it occur? Get to know the date and the city where he will play.
The Weeknd announces European and Latin American tour. As part of the next leg of the tour After Hours Til Dawn Global Stadium Tour will also visit Polish fans. Next year’s concerts of the Canadian singer will start on Saturday, June 10, 2023 at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester, UK, the next stops on the tour will be, among others Stockholm, Amsterdam, Mexico and Rio de Janeiro. The tour will conclude on Sunday, October 15 at the Estadio Bicentenario de La Florida in Santiago, Chile.
The author of countless hits with “Can’t Feel My Face”, “Starboy”, “Blinding Lights” or “Take My Breath” at the forefront as part of the After Hours Til Dawn tour, he will also perform in Poland. The concert will take place August 9, 2023 at the PGE National Stadium in Warsaw. Tickets will go on general sale on December 2, 2022 and will be available at livenation.pl and ticketmaster.pl.
The Weeknd, actually Abel Tesfaye, is currently one of the biggest music stars in the world. Often compared to Michael Jackson, the singer has five studio albums to his credit, plus several compilations, mixtapes and EPs. His first longplay “Kiss Land” was released in 2013, but only its successor from 2015 – “Beauty Behind the Madness” – bring him real glory. Publisher containing hits “The Hills”, “Can’t Feel My Face” or “In the Night” in many countries, including Poland, it went platinum. In the same year, for the recording of the song “Earned It” for the film “50 Shades of Grey”, Canadian star received an Oscar nomination and won the first of his three Grammy Awards.
“Starboy” from 2016 with the collaboration with Daft Punk hits “Starboy” and “I Feel It Coming” only solidified his position. In 2018, the singer released an extremely personal EP “My Dear Melancholy,” which was also very warmly received by his fans. The Weeknd will return to more energetic sounds on the 2020 album “After Hours”, promoted by singles “Blinding Lights”, “Heartless” or “Save Your Tears”. His discography closes released early 2022 asks “Dawn FM” among others with the radio hit “Take My Breath”.