Legendary R&B singer The Weeknd’s After Hours Tour is scheduled to continue in 2022 with three full-production shows at LA’s Staples Center. The tour was initially scheduled for 2020 following the release of After Hours in March 2020, but the tour was pushed to 2021 due to Covid-19. The tour has been postponed once more, and will now hit the Staples Center on Friday March 18, Saturday March 19 and Sunday March 20, 2022.
Covid-19 has unfortunately put a hard stop to all large gatherings, rendering the music and performance industry completely crippled. This is particularly tough for artists who have brand new releases scheduled during quarantine, but the light at the end of the tunnel seems to be approaching as more shows like this one are being announced.
Come catch a killer performance from The Weeknd, who will probably have blood dripping from his mouth similar to his album artwork. Let his smooth, buttery, soulful voice and catchy hip-hop beats wash away the quarantine blues with hours of songs about love and the like. And while his performance will be killer, let’s hope he won’t literally sing “Until [he] bleeds out.” The Weeknd also released a new compilation album called The Highlights on February 5, which compiled some of the singer’s best known hits.
Rising R&B songstress Sabrina Claudio is set to open for The Weekend, along with hip hop artist Don Toliver who has collaborated with artists such as Travis Scott.
Location: Staples Center
Address: 1111 S. Figueroa, Los Angeles, CA 90015
Photo Credit: Raymond Flotat