Due to popular demand, The Weeknd has announced an extra London Stadium date for his 2023 After Hours til Dawn Tour.
The new London date has been scheduled for Saturday, July 8 2023 with the tour kicking off in Manchester on June 10.
Tickets for this additional date will go on sale starting Friday, December 2nd at 12pm local time.
The tour celebrates The Weeknd’s 2020 album After Hours and the hit single Blinding Lights was named the new No. 1 Billboard Hot 100 song of all time, surpassing Chubby Checker’s 1960 hit The Twist, as well as his critically-acclaimed album Dawn FM, which was released January 2022.
United Nations World Food Programme Goodwill Ambassador Abel The Weeknd Tesfaye will again partner with the U.N. World Food Programme to contribute funds from the second leg of the tour to the XO Humanitarian Fund, which supports the organization’s response to the unprecedented global hunger crisis.
A €1 from each ticket sold across Europe, £1 in the UK and the $1 equivalent in countries across Latin America will go to this important cause.
The fund raised money during the North American leg of the tour through ticket sales, proceeds from an exclusive tour t-shirt, and a $500,000 donation directly from The Weeknd.
The Weeknd’s corporate partners, tour venues, World Food Program USA board of directors and supporters also stepped up to contribute, as well as tour sponsor Binance, who contributed US$2 million to the fund.
The first grant of $2 million will be going to provide emergency food and nutrition assistance to the most food-insecure regions of Ethiopia.
Kaytranada and Mike Dean will join The Weeknd on all European dates.
Fans who purchased tickets for the 2022 After Hours Arena Tour in Europe can register HERE for presale access to the 2023 dates.
All tickets and additional info will be available at TheWeeknd.com/tour.
AFTER HOURS TIL DAWN TOUR 2023 EUROPE TOUR DATES:
Sat Jun 10 – Etihad Stadium, Manchester, UK
Wed Jun 14 – Nordstern Arena, Horsens, Denmark
Sat Jun 17 – Tele2 Arena, Stockholm, Sweden
Tue Jun 20 – Telenor Arena, Oslo, Norway
Sat Jun 24 – Johan Cruijiff ArenA, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Wed Jun 28 – Marlay Park, Dublin, Ireland
Sun Jul 2 – Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany
Tue Jul 4 – Merkur Spiel Arena, Dusseldorf, Germany
Fri Jul 7 – London Stadium, London, UK
Sat Jul 8 – London Stadium, London, UK Tue Jul 11 – King Baudouin Stadium, Brussels, Belgium
Fri Jul 14 – Deutsche Bank Park, Frankfurt, Germany
Tue Jul 18 – Cívitas Metropolitano, Madrid, Spain
Thu Jul 20 – Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys, Barcelona, Spain
Sat Jul 22 – Allianz Riviera, Nice, France
Wed Jul 26 – Ippodromo La Maura, Milan, Italy
Sat Jul 29 – Stade de France, Paris, France
Tue Aug 1 – Matmut Atlantique, Bordeaux, France
Fri Aug 4 – Olympiastadion, Munich, Germany
Sun Aug 6 – Letnany Airport, Prague, Czech Republic
Wed Aug 9 – PGE Narodowy, Warsaw, Poland
Sat Aug 12 – Tallinn Song Festival Grounds, Tallinn, Estonia