The Weeknd will bring his huge North American tour to Atlanta, Georgia this week.
The latest show will be at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta.
Here is all you need to know:
When and where is he performing next?
He will be playing at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta on Thursday (11 August).
The full address of the stadium is: 576 Lee St SW, Atlanta, GA 30310, United States
What time does the concert start?
The concert will begin at 6.30pm.
Two opening acts will perform before The Weeknd takes to the stage.
Who is opening for The Weeknd?
Doja Cat was due to be the opening act on the North American tour but pulled out due to needing tonsil surgery.
She was replaced by Canadian DJ Kaytranada, Swedish singer Snoh Aalegra and American record producer Mike Dean.
Snoh Aalegra and Mike Dean will be the opening acts for Atlanta.
What is the tour setlist?
According to Setlist.fm, the setlist for the After Hours til Dawn tour is:
- Alone Again (First half only)
- Sacrifice (Swedish House Mafia Remix)
- How Do I Make You Love Me?
- Can’t Feel My Face
- Take My Breath
- Hurricane (Kanye West cover)
- The Hills
- Crew Love (Drake cover)
- Low Life (Future cover)
- Or Nah (Ty Dolla $ign cover)
- Kiss Land (First half only)
- Party Monster
- Faith (First half only)
- After Hours
- Out of Time
- I Feel It Coming
- Die for You
- Is There Someone Else?
- I Was Never There
- Wicked Games
- Call Out My Name
- The Morning
- Save Your Tears
- Less Than Zero
- Blinding Lights
How can you find lyrics to The Weeknd’s songs?
One of the best places to find lyrics to his hit songs like Blinding Lights and Can’t Feel My Face is the website Genius.
It not only includes the words he is singing but also backround details about references and allusions they may contain.
Are tickets available?
Ticketmaster’s website has offers for tickets for the Atlanta show available but they are linked to POSTMATES and you need to unlock them.
What shows are on the tour?
The North American leg of the tour includes the following dates:
- 30 July - Washington D.C - FedExField
- 4 August - Tampa - Raymond James Stadium
- 6 August - Miami Gardens - Hard Rock Stadium
- 11 August- Atlanta - Mercedes-Benz Stadium
- 14 August - Arlington - AT&T Stadium
- 18 August - Denver - Empower Field at Mile High
- 20 August - Paradise - Allegiant Stadium
- 23 August- Vancouver, Canada - BC Place
- 25 August - Seattle - Lumen Field
- 27 August - Santa Clara - Levi's Stadium
- 30 August - Glendale - State Farm Stadium
- 2 September - Inglewood - SoFi Stadium
- 3 September - Inglewood - SoFi Stadium
- 22 September - Toronto, Canada - Rogers Centre