The Canadian singer will be visiting several cities in North America, Canada, New Zealand and Australia on the second installment of the trek.
Shortly after wrapping up "Phase One" of his "Starboy: Legend of the Fall" tour, The Weeknd announced the second phase of the trek. The "I Feel It Coming" singer will be making more stops in North America, Canada, New Zealand and Australia, and we just can't wait!
The 33-date tour will kick off on September 6 in University Park and run through December 14 in Perth, Australia. The Weeknd won't do it alone, though. He will bring along Gucci Mane and Nav on the U.S. dates, while French Montana and Nav will be joining him in Canada, New Zealand and Australia.
During "Phase One", the 27-year-old singer brought out Kendrick Lamar, Drake and A$AP Rocky on some stops, so fans can defintiely look forward to more surprising acts during "Phase Two". The tour arrives in support of The Weeknd's latest double-platinum effort "Starboy", which was released last year. The Canadian singer recently released a music video for "Secrets", one of the tracks off the album.
Tickets for North American dates of the tour's "Phase Two" are available on Friday, June 16 at 11:00 A.M. local time. Check the official site for more details.
- September 6: University Park, PA - Bryce Jordan Center
- September 9: Toronto, ON - Air Canada Centre
- September 12: Boston, MA - TD Garden
- September 15: Washington, DC - Verizon Center
- September 16: Philadelphia, PA - Wells Fargo Center
- September 19: Columbus, OH - Schottenstein
- September 20: Indianapolis, IN - Banker's Life Fieldhouse
- September 22: Las Vegas, NV - iHeart
- September 24: St. Paul, MN - Xcel Energy Center
- September 26: Kansas City, MO - Sprint Center
- September 27: Lincoln, NE - Pinnacle Bank Arena
- September 29: Denver, CO - Pepsi Center
- October 2: Edmonton - Rogers Place
- October 5: Vancouver - Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena
- October 6: Portland, OR - Moda Center
- October 8: Oakland, CA - Oracle Arena
- October 11: Sacramento, CA - Golden One Arena
- October 13: Anaheim, CA - Honda Center
- October 14: Las Vegas, NV - T-Mobile Arena
- October 17: Houston, TX - Toyota Center
- October 19: San Antonio, TX - AT&T Center
- October 21: Tulsa, OK - BOK Center
- October 24: Miami, FL - American Airlines Arena
- October 28: Columbia, SC - Colonial Life Arena
- October 29: Nashville, TN - Bridgestone Arena
- November 1: Detroit, MI - Little Caesars Arena
- November 2: Chicago, IL - United Center
- November 29: Auckland, NZ - Spark Arena
- December 2: Sydney, AUS - Qudos Bank Arena
- December 6: Brisbane, AUS - Entertainment Center
- December 8: Melbourne, AUS - Rod Laver Arena
- December 11: Adelaide, AUS - Entertainment Center
- December 14: Perth, AUS - Perth Arena