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About The Weeknd
Early Life and Career
Born on February 16,1990 in Scarborough, Ontario, under the name Abel Tesfaye, Canadian R&B artist The Weeknd had a passion for music throughout his youth. His taste was eclectic, and he enjoyed everything from indie rock to post punk to hip hop and soul. Desperate to pursue a career in music, he dropped out of high school at the age of 17, just a year shy of graduation. He recounts that he left home one weekend and decided not to return, and the incident subsequently became the inspiration for his stage name.
Although seemingly a risky move, dropping out of high school paid off for Tesfaye. He promoted himself throughout Toronto, touring several venues and posting his music online through a variety of platforms such as Twitter, YouTube and Soundcloud. His large online presence helped Tesfaye build a solid fan-base, which set him up for success. He first garnered critical attention after the release of his mixtapeThe House of Balloons back in 2011. Following quickly on the heels of that success, he released two more street albums,Thursday andEchoes for Silence - both of which were free of charge. The non-commercial nature of Tesfaye's music and the lack of information surrounding his life led to the development of a mysterious reputation: The Weeknd remained in the shadows, despite an exploding fan base keen to get their hands on cheap tickets to his shows.
Rise to Fame
Tesfaye was propelled forward into the mainstream spotlight after playing the Coachella music festival in 2012 and his first commercially viable album was released in 2013. The album, titledKiss Land, featured the artist Drake and received widespread praise from critics. Three notable singles from the album were released - "Live For," "Belong to the World" and the title track of the album itself. His collaboration with Drake marked the pinnacle of a long-term friendship, with Drake having previously mentored his fellow Canadian in the ways of the music business. Building off the success of "Kiss Land," Tesfaye collaborated with Ariana Grande on the popular single "Love Me Harder," which came in at No.7 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. He also worked on the album for the "Fifty Shades of Grey" movie, producing a song called "Earned It."
His second studio album, titledBeauty Behind the Madness, was released in the summer of 2015, and fans became even more eager to get their hands on cheap The Weeknd tickets. This was especially true after the release of the popular singles "The Hills," and "Can't Feel My Face," the latter of which proved to be his most popular single release thus far, coming in at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.Tesfaye has enjoyed a phenomenal amount of success in recent years and each year coming will likely be no exception. With a number of shows slated for this year, fans should act fast to get their hands on The Weeknd tickets.
Legend of the Fall Tour
Phase one of The Weeknd’sLegend of the Fall Tour was wrapped and the artist crushed it for phase two! Gucci Mane and Nav joined The Weeknd on his long trek through North America. The singer and special guests performed at some of the biggest arenas in the country in front of thousands of their biggest fans. Fans headed to thePepsi Center, T-Mobile Arena, United Center, TD Garden and witnessed this concert experience. The cities of Houston, Nashville, Philadelphia and Anaheim cannot wait for these concerts to comeback.
2022 - The After Hours/Til Dawn Tour
After postponing The After Hours Tour in 2020 and 2021, The Weeknd rescheduled all of the original tour dates to 2022. With the The Weeknd's 2022 rescheduled tour announcement for The After Hours Tour 2022, it means that The Weeknd's world tour in support of After Hours takes place almost two years following the album's release.
The Weeknd performed the first leg of the tour in major stadiums across North America. Doja Cat joined The Weeknd on stage for the entire first leg. The tour began at the Rogers Centre in Toronto and went to a dozen more stadiums and major cities. Metlife Stadium, Gillette Stadium, AT&T Stadium and many more. The last tour date was at the new SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles. The tour ran from July to early September in 2022, a long-waited tour for all Weeknd fans. Finally get to hear The Weeknd’s last two albums live, get tickets to see him in 2022.
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