Ahead of his big Super Bowl halftime performance this Sunday, The Weeknd announced via social media that his 2022 After Hours world tour is set with dates and locations in place. The tour was supposed to kick-off in 2020, but due to COVID-19, it was postponed to 2021, and now 2022.

The tour will begin in the singer's native country of Canada on January 14th, 2022 in Vancouver and will continue through North America until May. After a summer hiatus, he will resume the tour in Europe in September, starting in Helsinki, Finland. With the announcement, The Weeknd announced brand-new locations and dates.

Tour Announcement

The announcement of the tour comes with perfect timing, as the star is set to headline arguably the biggest stage for an artist: the Super Bowl.

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