Blinding Lights Frontman The Weeknd Performs After Hours til Dawn Tour at State Farm Stadium
The Weeknd will bring his major North American tour to Arizona.
The global popstar, whose real name is Abel Makkonen Tesfaye, is in the midst of his massive After Hours til Dawn tour and has performed at some of the most iconic stadiums across the United States and Canada.
The final show will take place at State Farm Stadium in Glendale.
Here’s everything you need to know:
When and where will it happen next?
He will play at State Farm Stadium in Glendale on Tuesday, August 30.
The stadium’s full address is: 1 Cardinals Dr, Glendale, AZ 85305, USA
What time does the concert start?
The concert will begin at 6:30 p.m.
Two opening acts will perform before The Weeknd takes the stage.
Who opens for The Weeknd?
Doja Cat was scheduled to be the opening act for the North American tour, but pulled out due to tonsil surgery.
She was replaced by Canadian DJ Kaytranada, Swedish singer Snoh Aalegra and American record producer Mike Dean.
Kaytranada and Mike Dean will be the opening acts for Glendale.
What is the tour setlist?
According to Setlist.fm, the setlist for the After Hours til Dawn tour is:
- Alone Again (first half only)
- Sacrifice (Swedish House Mafia Remix)
- How can I make you love me?
- I can’t feel my face
- Take my breath
- Hurricane (Kanye West cover)
- The hills
- Crew Love (Drake cover)
- Low Life (future hedge)
- Or not (Ty Dolla $ign cover)
- Kiss Land (first half only)
- party monster
- Faith (First Half Only)
- after hours
- Out of time
- I feel it coming
- die for you
- Is there anyone else?
- I was never there
- wicked games
- call my name
- save your tears
- less than zero
- blinding lights
How do I find lyrics to The Weeknd songs?
One of the best places to find lyrics to his hit songs like Blinding Lights and Can’t Feel My Face is the Genius website.
It not only includes the words it sings, but also background details on any references and allusions they may contain.
Are tickets available?
Prices start at $69 each per ticket.
What shows are on tour?
The North American leg of the tour includes the following dates:
- July 30 – Washington DC – FedExField
- August 4 – Tampa – Raymond James Stadium
- August 6 – Miami Gardens – Hard Rock Stadium
- August 11 – Atlanta – Mercedes-Benz Stadium
- August 14 – Arlington – AT&T Stadium
- Aug. 18 – Denver – Empower Field at Mile High
- August 20 – Paradise – Allegiant Stadium
- August 23 – Vancouver, Canada – BC Place
- August 25 – Seattle – Lumen Field
- August 27 – Santa Clara – Levi’s Stadium
- August 30 – Glendale – State Farm Stadium
- September 2 – Inglewood – SoFi Stadium
- September 3 – Inglewood – SoFi Stadium
- September 22 – Toronto, Canada – Rogers Center