The Weeknd 2017 tour is ready to start on April 25 in Vancouver, BC. The tour will last for six weeks only and visit 25 cities of the North America. The final concert will take place at US Bank Arena in Cincinnati, OH on June 9. Tickets to every The Weeknd concert available at TicketsTeam.com, an online event tickets marketplace.
The tour comes in support of the performer’s upcoming album titled “Starboy”, which is set to be released later this month. Numerous The Weeknd fans, who already secured their seats through TicketsTeam.com for selected concert, will be part of the show.
Full schedule of The Weeknd 2017 tour North America concerts:
April 25: Rogers Arena in Vancouver, BC;
April 26: Key Arena in Seattle, WA;
April 28: SAP Center in San Jose, CA;
April 29: The Forum in Inglewood, CA (nearby Los Angeles);
May 2: Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix, AZ;
May 4: American Airlines Center in Dallas, TX;
May 6: Toyota Center in Houston, TX;
May 9: Smoothie King Center in New Orleans, LA;
May 11: BB&T Center in Sunrise, FL;
May 12: Amalie Arena in Tampa, FL;
May 13: Philips Arena in Atlanta, GA;
May 17: Spectrum Center in Charlotte, NC;
May 18: Verizon Center in Washington, DC;
May 19: Atlantic City Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, NJ;
May 23: Allstate Arena in Rosemont, IL;
May 24: The Palace Of Auburn Hills in Auburn Hills, MI;
May 26: Air Canada Centre in Toronto, ON;
May 28: Canadian Tire Centre in Ottawa, ON;
May 30: Bell Centre in Montreal, QC;
May 31: Centre Videotron in Quebec City, QC;
June 2: Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, CT;
June 3: Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Uniondale, NY;
June 4: Prudential Center in Newark, NJ;
June 6: Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY;
June 9: US Bank Arena in Cincinnati, OH.
The Weeknd was featured on the song “FML” from Kanye West’s 2016 album, The Life of Pablo, and appeared on Beyoncé’s song “6 Inch” from her album Lemonade earlier this year. The Weeknd cites Michael Jackson, Prince and R. Kelly as his main inspirations. He often says it was Jackson’s music that made him want to be a singer, and the lyrics to “Dirty Diana”. He also said his high-flying vocal style was influenced by habesha singers like Aster Aweke. He grew up listening to a variety of music genres, including soul, quiet storm, hip hop, funk, indie rock, and post-punk. Other influences include Massive Attack, Cam’ron, Bad Brains, Portishead, Aaliyah, The-Dream, Swizz Beatz, DeBarge, D’Angelo, The Smiths, and Talking Heads. Some journalists have associated The Weeknd with a broadening of R&B’s musical palette to incorporate indie and electronic styles; his work has been categorized with the alternative R&B tag.
The Weeknd 2017 tour are one of most awaited for rock music fans. The Weeknd tour tickets were already big seller in previous concert seasons, and upcoming gigs are selling out fast too.
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