The Weeknd tour: can you get tickets for Wembley Stadium London, tour dates, potential setlist

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Blinding Lights singer The Weeknd is bringing his After Hours til Dawn tour to the Wembley Stadium

The Weeknd will bring his huge world tour to the UK this weekend

The global popstar, whose real-name is Abel Makkonen Tesfaye, luanched his After Hours til Dawn tour last year. It same him play some of the most iconic stadiums across the United States and Canada throughout the summer.

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The Weeknd later announced that he will be bringing the tour to London, Manchester and Dublin in June and July before returning for one final show at Wembley Stadium in August. It is in support of his two most recent album After Hours and Dawn FM which were released in 2020 and 2022 respectively.

The Weeknd will tour the UK and Ireland in summer 2023, playing some of the biggest stadiums on the continent. Here is all you need to know:

When and where is The Weekend playing in the UK?

The Weeknd will play a show at Wembley Stadium on Friday, 18 August.

When did tickets go on sale?

General sale for the Weeknd’s stadium shows in the UK and Ireland started on Friday, 2 December. Tickets for the other concerts on the European leg will also be available at that time.

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For tickets to the Manchester and London concerts, you can purchase them from Ticketmaster’s website. Tickets for the concert in Dublin can be purchased here.

Can you still get tickets?

Ticketmaster has issued a low ticket warning for the UK shows at the London Stadium in Stratford and the Etihad Stadium in Manchester. There is limited availability for the concert at Wembley Stadium in August.

Resale tickets for the Manchester concert start at £212.80 each. On Ticketmaster, resale prices for the first London Stadium show on 7 July start at £110 per person, while the second show on 8 July will set you back at least £113 each.

There are no tickets available for The Weeknd concert at Wembley Stadium on 18 August.

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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.

Kaytranada and Mike Dean will be the opening acts for the whole European leg of the tour. This includes the shows in Manchester, Dublin and London in 2023.

The Weeknd performing during the Pepsi Super Bowl LV Halftime Show (Photo: Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)The Weeknd performing during the Pepsi Super Bowl LV Halftime Show (Photo: Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
The Weeknd performing during the Pepsi Super Bowl LV Halftime Show (Photo: Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images) | Getty Images

What is the tour setlist?

According to Setlist.fm, the setlist for the After Hours til Dawn tour is:

A-Stage

  • Alone Again (First half only)
  • Gasoline
  • 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
  • Often
  • Crew Love (Drake cover)
  • Starboy
  • Heartless
  • 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

B-Stage

  • Die for You
  • Is There Someone Else?
  • I Was Never There

A-Stage

  • 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.

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It not only includes the words he is singing but also backround details about references and allusions they may contain.

What shows are on the tour?

The European leg of the tour includes the following dates:

  • 10 June - Etihad Stadium, Manchester
  • 14 June - Nordstren Arena, Denmark
  • 17 June - Tele2 Arena, Stockholm
  • 20 June - Telenor Arena, Oslo
  • 24 June - Johan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam
  • 28 June - Marlay Park, Dublin
  • 2 July - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg
  • 4 July - Merkur Spiel-Arena, Düsseldorf
  • 7 July - London Stadium, London
  • 11 July - King Baudouin Stadium, Brussels
  • 14 July - Deutsche Bank Park, Frankfurt
  • 18 July - Cívitas Metropoliano, Madrid
  • 20 July - Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys, Barcelona
  • 22 July - Allianz Riviera, Nice
  • 26 July - Ippodromo Snai La Maura, Milan
  • 29 July - Stade de France, Paris
  • 1 August - Matmut Atlantique, Bordeaux
  • 4 August - Olympiastadion, Munich
  • 6 August - Letňany, Prague
  • 9 August - PGE Narodowy, Warsaw
  • 12 August - Tallinn Song Festival Grounds, Tallinn
  • 18 August - Wembley Stadium, London

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