Canadian singer The Weeknd has announced a date in Manchester as part of his 2023 UK tour.
The Weeknd has announced a date in Manchester as part of his worldwide tour in 2023. The diamond-certified artist announced two UK dates, with the other in London, as an expansion of his After Hours til Dawn Tour which he is taking across Europe and North America next year.
The completely sold-out North American leg of the stadium tour was an incredible success breaking attendance records and grossing over 130 million dollars to date. The tour celebrates The Weeknd’s 2020 album After Hours as well as his critically-acclaimed album Dawn FM, which was released in January 2022. Kaytranada and Mike Dean will join The Weeknd on all European dates.
The Weeknd rose to fame after anonymously releasing music on YouTube and meeting producer, Jeremy Rose who had an idea for a dark contemporary R&B project. Now he is most known for his sonic versatility and dark lyricism, his music explores escapism, romance, and melancholia, and is often inspired by personal experiences.
The Weeknd has received numerous accolades, including four Grammy Awards, a Latin Grammy Award, 20 Billboard Music Awards, 17 Juno Awards, six American Music Awards, two MTV Video Music Awards, and nominations for an Academy Award and a Primetime Emmy Award. Here’s what you need to know about getting tickets for his Manchester gig.
When is The Weeknd performing in Manchester?
The Weeknd will be in Manchester on Saturday, June 10, 2023 at the Etihad Stadium.
How to get tickets for The Weeknd in Manchester?
Fans who purchased tickets for the 2022 After Hours Arena Tour in Europe can register on the Live Nation website for presale access to the 2023 dates. Fans with presale access will be able to buy tickets on Thursday, December 1 at 12 pm
Tickets for the Manchester show then go on general sale starting Friday, December 2 at 12 pm via the Live Nation website .
Full list of dates for The Weeknds’s After Hours til Dawn European tour
Wed Jun 14 – Horsens, Denmark – Nordstern Arena
Sat Jun 17 – Stockholm, Sweden – Tele2 Arena
Tue Jun 20 – Oslo, Norway – Telenor Arena
Sat Jun 24 – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Johan Cruijiff ArenA
Wed Jun 28 – Dublin, Ireland – Marlay Park
Sun Jul 2 – Hamburg, Germany – Volksparkstadion
Tue Jul 4 – Dusseldorf, Germany – Merkur Spiel Arena
Fri Jul 7 – London, UK– London Stadium
Tue Jul 11 – Brussels, Belgium – King Baudouin Stadium
Fri Jul 14 – Frankfurt, Germany – Deutsche Bank Park
Tue Jul 18 – Madrid, Spain – Cívitas Metropolitano
Thu Jul 20 – Barcelona, Spain – Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys
Sat Jul 22 – Nice, France – Allianz Riviera
Wed Jul 26 – Milan, Italy – Ippodromo La Maura
Sat Jul 29 – Paris, France – Stade de France
Tue Aug 1 – Bordeaux, France – Matmut Atlantique
Fri Aug 4 – Munich, Germany – Olympiastadion
Sun Aug 6 – Prague, Czech Republic – Letnany Airport
Wed Aug 9 – Warsaw, Poland – PGE Narodowy
Sat Aug 12 – Tallinn, Estonia – Tallinn Song Festival Grounds