If you are a super fan for The weekend, it will be necessary to wait until next summer for the singer to go on tour.
On Monday October 18, the “The Blinding Lights” singer announced on his Instagram account that his “After Hours til Dawn” world tour would be postponed due to demand for more shows and additional “constraints” from arena shows. , PEOPLE reports.
“Tour dates are changing and will start in summer 2022,” The Weeknd, born Abel Tesfaye, captioned his post. “Due to arena constraints and the demand for more shows, I want to do something bigger and special for you that requires stadiums.”
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He added: “Current tickets will be refunded automatically and all ticket holders will have priority to purchase tickets for stadium shows when they go on sale. New dates to come.”
The singer is expected to perform in North America, Europe, South America, Asia, Australia, Africa and the Middle East.
In an interview with Hollywood journalist in August of this year, the Starboy The artist said he hardly ever takes a break from work to go on vacation.
“I don’t even know what relaxation really means, I love the job, you know,” he said. “I love to work. I love my job. I love to create. And if I take a vacation, it can’t be too long because I feel like I’m missing out on everything I could do.”
“So, yes. I’m doing my best, but no, I haven’t done it for a while,” he added. “I do staycations if it matters.”