In what’s sure to be one of the most anticipated tours of 2017, The Weeknd has declared a cordial run of dates for the forthcoming Legend of the Fall World Tour.
The venture has been plotted in support of the Weeknd’s latest song, “Starboy,” that is set for release on Nov. 25. According to his tweet below, the dates declared are only the start for the trek.
The Weeknd has kept quite busy since taking off in 2015 behind the huge success of the chart-topping, “Beauty Behind the Madness” that spawned widely popular singles “Can’t Feel My Face” and “The Hills.”
Ahead of the new record, “False Alarm” and “Starboy” have helped build anticipation for The Weeknd’s third record in three years. Both tracks were performed by him during a recent appearance on Saturday Night Live.
Consistently releasing new music has kept The Weeknd active on the tour front as fans are treated to big concerts every year since his headlining debut back in 2012. With the promise of special guests, don’t miss out on securing The Weeknd tickets for the must-see tour of 2017. Have a look at the first part of the North American Legend of the Fall concerts at the bottom of this page.
If you can’t wait until then, the final Weeknd concerts of 2016 contain an appearance at Jingle Ball Toronto on Nov. 25 and a show at The Chelsea at the Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas on Dec. 30.
The Weeknd Also Has Some International Dates That Are Not Listed Below:
April 25 – Vancouver, Rogers Arena
April 26 – Seattle, KeyArena
April 28 – San Jose, SAP Center
April 29-30 – Los Angeles, The Forum
May 2 – Phoenix, Talking Stick Resort Arena
May 4 – Dallas, American Airlines Center
May 6 – Houston, Toyota Center
May 9 – New Orleans, Smoothie King Center
May 11 – Fort Lauderdale, BB&T Center
May 12 – Tampa, Amalie Arena
May 13 – Atlanta, Philips Arena
May 17 – Charlotte, Spectrum Center
May 18 – Washington, D.C., Verizon Center
May 19 – Atlantic City, Boardwalk Hall
May 23 – Rosemont, Ill., Allstate Arena
May 24 – Detroit, Palace of Auburn Hills
May 26 – Toronto, Air Canada Centre
May 28 – Ottawa, Canadian Tire Centre
May 30 – Montreal, Bell Centre
May 31 – Quebec City, Videotron Centre
June 2 – Uncasville, Conn., Mohegan Sun
June 3 – Uniondale, N.Y., Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
June 4 – Newark, Prudential Center
June 6-7 – Brooklyn, Barclays Center
June 9 – Cincinnati, US Bank Arena