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Music / February 3, 2021

The Weeknd announces world tour including Belfast date

Music / February 3, 2021

The Weeknd announces world tour including Belfast date

Words: Dylan Murphy

The Canadian artist will kick off the 104-date global After Hours tour in January 2022, including a date in Belfast.

Today, news dropped that The Weeknd is heading on a world tour in January 2022. It’ll kick off in Vancouver on January 14 before heading across the States and Europe.

The After Hours world tour includes a date in Belfast in the SSE Arena and the announcement comes ahead of his headlining Super Bowl performance. It also includes a handful of rescheduled dates shifting from 2021 to be a part of the After Hours World Tour in 2022.

With the addition of 39 new tour dates, The Weeknd will also release The Highlights on Friday, February 5. 

The Belfast show is the only show currently scheduled for Ireland on the tour. The Weeknd is set to play the SSE Arena 13 October 2022.

Tickets go on Sale Monday 8 Februay at 09.00 via ticketmaster.ie