CLEVELAND, Ohio — Soon after leveling up his 2022 “After Several hours Til Dawn” tour to stadium venues, it turns out popstar The Weeknd — aka artist Abel Tesfaye — will not be coming to Cleveland immediately after all — at minimum on the initially leg.
On Thursday, March 3, the artist announced his summer stadium tour with Doja Cat that will end all-around North America, and no Ohio concerts are on the record. (The closest effectiveness to Cleveland will just take location at Chicago’s Soldier Industry, a 5-hour drive absent.)
Again in 2020, The Weeknd experienced introduced a tour in assist of his album “After Several hours,” with a end in Cleveland scheduled for August. Like several other big occasions, that demonstrate was delayed a number of moments because of to the coronavirus pandemic.
In February 2021, the artist declared that he would reschedule his tour, with a Cleveland day established for January 2022. Even so, that demonstrate did not get place the musician scrapped his total 2022 tour strategy, as a substitute promising a stadium tour announcement in its stead.
Now, that announcement has arrived — and Cleveland, apparently, didn’t make the slash. Of class, more stops could be extra to the tour. So stayed tuned.
The tour will celebrate two new albums from The Weeknd: 2020′s “After Hours” and 2022′s “Dawn FM.”
Come across far more information and facts at theweeknd.com.