Many artists had to cancel tours last year or some released albums that didn’t go on tour at all because of COVID-19. Some of those that had to call the concert tours short include names like Celine Dion, Lady Gaga, Alicia Keys, and others.
Whether it was calling off the tour early or making a move to postpone, the pandemic had a significant impact on the music industry and concert trend.
It would be a long time before we would experience the same sort of event, live music, being close to that many people in one space without all of the distancing and masks now.
Will we ever see normal concerts again?
Some have already taken place and it isn’t crazy to think that perhaps sometime in the future we might go back to having concerts like we used to. But there are many others who say that this new normal of concert-going is here to stay, with many more sanitizer stations, social distancing, and maybe even masks still required.
The Weeknd had to reschedule his own tour for summer and fall 2021 but now it will be 2022 that the world tour kicks off.
Now you can get tickets to see him on that tour and he is expected to be making a stop in Vancouver with back to back shows to kick off the 2022 world tour.
When is Weeknd in Vancouver? The new tour will start next year and The Weeknd will be in Vancouver on Jan 14th and 15th for 7pm shows at Rogers Arena. He will then move on to Edmonton, Winnipeg, Chicago, and other regions around the world. You can still find tickets now for the Vancouver shows that range between $70 to $300 or more.
How much are tickets to The Weeknd tour? Right now you can get seats in the balcony section for around $70 each and over $100 for tickets where you are positioned closer to the stage, in the middle section of the arena (not the floor). There are still tickets available right now for those who want to go and plan ahead for a night of music at Rogers Arena.
Who is going on tour with The Weeknd? For the North American performances we can expect to see performances by Sabrina Claudio and Don Toliver, then it will be Claudio and Black Atlass for the European dates that follow later in the tour.
Countries on After Hours tour include Canada, the U.S., Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Germany, Austria, Netherlands, England, Belgium, France, Portugal, Spain, Italy, Hungary, Poland, Scotland, and other areas.
The upcoming After Hours tour is going to be sponsored by Verizon and you can expect to see performances of hits from the latest album After Hours like Heartless, Blinding Lights, and more.