Fans disappointed: The Weeknd postpones stadium tour

Fans disappointed: The Weeknd postpones stadium tour

The Weeknd was scheduled to hold eleven concerts in Australia and New Zealand at the end of 2023. Image: 2023 DFree/Shutterstock.com


In two weeks, The Weeknd was scheduled to perform in Australia and New Zealand on his “After Hours Til Dawn Stadium Tour.” Due to “unforeseen circumstances”, the singer is now postponing planned performances. His fans are angry on Instagram.

The Weeknd, 33, is postponing his planned “The After Hours Til Dawn Stadium Tour” in Australia and New Zealand. Ticket providers shared this “Live Nation Australia” And “Live Nation New Zealand” on November 6 on their websites. They both quote The Weeknd telling his fans: “Due to unforeseen circumstances, we have to postpone our Australia/New Zealand tour (…) We are deeply disappointed, but we can’t wait to be there with you!”

Canceled shows in Auckland, Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne will be rescheduled as soon as possible. “The new dates will be announced next year and existing tickets will be valid for the new shows,” the statement said. Those who cannot meet the new dates will receive a refund.

The Weeknd remains silent

The artist himself has not spoken directly yet. It was scheduled to play a total of eleven shows in Australia and New Zealand between 20 November and 9 December. Many fans on his Instagram account show no understanding. They demand that he apologize and want to know more about the circumstances. “It was very difficult to get these tickets,” or “I overdrawn my bank account for you,” or “It is inappropriate not to receive this message from you or your social media accounts.” People write in the comment columns under his latest post.

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The last time the Canadian singer, whose real name is Abel Tesfaye, posted a video on Instagram was on October 15. It shows him in his concert in Santiago de Chile. The Weeknd has already performed in North and South America and Europe in 2023. Earlier this year, he broke a number of records with his shows in London. He can According to “New Musical Express” For example, he had the largest number of visitors at his two concerts at the London Stadium, which attracted a total of 160,000 fans.

Live Nation Australia & New Zealand also wrote “We understand fans will be disappointed and Live Nation is focused on working with The Weeknd to establish a new tour schedule. We will make a further announcement as soon as possible.”



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