The Weeknd has revealed the 2023 dates for the second leg of his After Hours Til Dawn Stadium World Tour. The Grammy-winning performer’s tour will begin on June 10 in Manchester, UK’s Etihad Stadium, and end on July 7 at London Stadium.

The Weeknd will travel to Europe in June before moving on to Latin America, and his tour will come to an end on October 15 in Chile.

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The announcement was made soon after The Weeknd’s Dawn FM North American tour came to an end.

For the second leg of the tour, the Canadian singer will once more collaborate with the U.N. World Food Programme to generate money for his XO Humanitarian Fund, which aids the organization’s fight against the world hunger crisis. 

€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.

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Barron Segar, World Food Program USA president and CEO said, “We are deeply appreciative and humbled by the Weeknd’s steadfast support, as well as that of his loyal fans and partners”.

David Beasley, WFP executive director said, “On stage and off stage, the Weeknd is bringing hope and happiness to millions of people across the globe”.


From December 2 at 12 p.m. GMT, fans can purchase tickets for the tour’s UK and European legs on Ticketmaster. Tickets for the presale is on sale from November 30. Starting from December 8, Ticketmaster will also offer tickets for performances across Latin America.

Fans can also register themselves for the early access to The Weeknd’s 2023 After Hours Til Dawn Global Stadium Tour tickets. The pre-sale for the performances will start on December 1 at noon PT. The website also has made its terms and condition clear that registering for tickets does not ensure access to them.

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The Weeknd Europe and Latin America Tour 2023 Dates:

  1. June 10 – Manchester, Etihad Stadium
  2. June 14 – Horsens, Nordstern Arena
  3. June 17 – Stockholm, Tele2 Arena
  4. June 20 – Oslo, Telenor Arena
  5. June 24 – Amsterdam, Johan Cruijiff Arena
  6. June 28 – Dublin, Marlay Park
  7. July 2 – Hamburg, Volksparkstadion
  8. July 4 – Dusseldorf, Merkur Spiel Arena
  9. July 7 – London Stadium
  10. July 11 – Brussels, King Baudouin Stadium
  11. July 14 – Frankfurt, Deutsche Bank Park
  12. July 18 – Madrid, Cívitas Metropolitano
  13. July 20 – Barcelona, Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys
  14. July 22 – Nice, Allianz Riviera
  15. July 26 – Milan, Ippodromo La Maura
  16. July 29 – Paris, Stade de France
  17. August 1 – Bordeaux, Matmut Atlantique
  18. August 4 – Munich, Olympiastadion
  19. August 6 – Prague, Letnany Airport
  20. August 9 – Warsaw, PGE Narodowy
  21. August 12 – Tallinn, Tallinn Song Festival Grounds
  22. September 29 – Mexico City, Foro Sol
  23. October 4 – Bogotá, Estadio El Campín
  24. October 7 – Rio de Janeiro, Estádio Nilton Santos Engenhão
  25. October 10 – Sao Paulo, Allianz Parque
  26. October 13 – Buenos Aires, Hipódromo de San Isidro
  27. October 15 – Santiago, Estadio Bicentenario La Florida