The Weeknd has announced a 2023 tour across the UK, Europe and South America – here is all the presale information about tickets you need to know.

The Canadian artist will kick off the 2023 tour on June 10 in Manchester with a final gig in Santiago, Chile on October 15, 2023.

The second leg of The Weekend’s After Hours Til Dawn tour has been confirmed after a successful run of shows in Nort America.

Here are all the details you need about The Weeknd 2023 presale from Spotify, Live Nation and Ticketmaster on UK and European gigs.

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The Weeknd presale tickets 2023

There are different presale options for The Weeknd’s much-anticipated 2023 tour, including from Live Nation and O2 priority.

The O2 priority kicks off at 10 am local time on Wednesday, November 30, 2022 and can be accessed here for those who have accounts.

The Live Nation presale starts at 12 pm local time on Thursday, December 1, 2022. Fans who bought tickets for the 2022 After Hours Arena Tour in Europe can register on Live Nation’s website here for 2023 dates.

Live Nation won’t send out codes for the presale. Fans will need to sign into their My Live Nation account before the start time of the presale where they will have access to the presale.

The Spotify presale starts at 2 pm local time on Thursday and those who have Spotify profiles, will receive more information via email. You can find more information about the Spotify sale on Ticketmaster.

The general sale for The Weeknd 2023 tour starts at 12 pm local time on Friday, December 2, 2022, via Ticketmaster.

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Tour dates and venues in the UK and Europe

The UK and European tour dates and stadium venues of the Weeknd’s 2023 tour are the following:

  • June 10 – Manchester, Etihad Stadium
  • June 14 – Horsens, Denmark Nordstern Arena
  • June 17 – Stockholm, Sweden Tele2 Arena
  • June 20 – Oslo, Norway Telenor Arena
  • June 24 – Amsterdam, Netherlands Johan Cruyff Arena
  • June 28 – Dublin, Ireland Marlay Park
  • July 2 – Hamburg, Germany Volksparkstadion
  • July 4 – Dusseldorf, Merkur Spiel-Arena
  • July 7 – London Stadium
  • July 11 – Brussels, Belgium King Baudouin Stadium
  • July 14 – Frankfurt, Germany Deutsche Bank Park
  • July 18 – Madrid, Spain Civitas Metropoliano
  • July 20 – Barcelona, Estadi Olimpic Lluis Companys
  • July 22 – Nice, France Allianz Riviera
  • July 26 – Milan, Italy Ippodromo La Maura
  • July 29 – Paris, France Stade de France
  • August 1 – Bordeaux, Matmut Atlantique
  • August 4 – Munich, Germany Olympiastadion
  • August 6 – Prague, Czech Republic Letnany
  • August 9 – Warsaw, Poland PGE Narodowy
  • August 12 – Tallinn, Estonia Tallinn Song Festival Grounds

Tour dates and venues in South America

The tour dates and stadium venues in South America are:

  • September 29 – Mexico City, Mexico Foro Sol
  • October 4 – Bogota, Colombia Estadio El Campin
  • October 7 – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Estadio Nilton Santos
  • October 10 – Sao Paulo, Brazil Allianz Parque
  • October 13 – Buenos Aires, Argentina Hipodromo de San Isidro
  • October 15 – Santiago, Chile Estadio Bicentenario de La Florida 

The musician began the first leg of his After Hours Til Dawn tour in early July with a total of 20 shows across the United States and Canada.

At one of the gigs earlier this year, he showed the audience a new trailer for his upcoming HBO Max show, The Idol, which features the likes of Lily-Rose Depp, BLACKPINK’s Jennie and Troye Silvan.

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