The Weeknd adds fourth O2 Arena date to 2020 tour, find out how to get tickets
- Becki Crossley
- 4 March 2020
Abel is back with a brand new album and global tour set for 2020
The Weeknd has announced his new headline world tour, The After Hours tour. The global tour is set to call at London's O2 Arena for three shows ahead of dates in Newcastle, Birmingham, Glasgow and Manchester Arena this October.
Due to demand a fourth date has been added at The O2 which will round off the tour on Fri 23 Oct. Tickets for the new date are available at 9am on Fri Mar. Remaining tickets for all other shows are on sale now.
The After Hours Tour comes in support of Abel Makkonen Tesfaye aka The Weeknd's forthcoming record which shares the tour's name. The album is due for release on Fri 20 Mar ahead of the tour and marks his fourth full length release.
The 2020 shows will showcase state of the art production and one of the most innovative stage designs to date, containing the most LED lights and video for an arena show.
The multitalented Canadian singer and music producer has been making waves since the release of his debut album Kiss Land in 2013. The Weeknd has since gone on to win a staggering 81 awards including three Grammy Awards, eight Billboard Music Awards and two American Music Awards. Fans are keen to see where this next record takes him.
The Weeknd 2020 UK shows:
Sun 11 Oct – The O2, London
Mon 12 Oct – The O2, London
Tue 13 Oct – The O2, London
Thu 15 Oct – Utilita Arena, Newcastle
Fri 16 Oct – Arena Birmingham
Sun 18 Oct – SSE Hydro, Glasgow
Mon 19 Oct – Manchester Arena
Fri 23 Oct – The O2, London (NEW DATE)
Tickets for the newly announce O2 Arena show go on sale at 9am on Fri 6 Mar. Tickets all other shows are available now.