Doja Cat will be a special guest on The Weeknd's "After Hours Til Dawn" tour.

The Weeknd Just Announced A Must-See Tour With Doja Cat

I need a “You Right” live duet, please.

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This summer, The Weeknd will be embarking on his first tour in nearly four years. He’s doing so to support his two most recent albums, 2020’s After Hours and this year’s Dawn FM. On March 3, the “Take My Breath” singer made the exciting announcement by sharing a poster for his After Hours Til Dawn tour on Instagram.

The poster revealed he’ll be performing in stadiums (yes, stadiums!) across North America starting in July. He’ll first kick off his concerts in Canada before heading to the United States, and the best part is Doja Cat will join him as a special guest.

The Weeknd was initially supposed to embark on an arena tour in June of 2020; however, due to lockdown restrictions, he was forced to postpone it a year. Then, in February of 2021, he postponed it again to January of 2022. In October, he postponed the tour a third time to this summer. In his Instagram post last fall announcing the postponement, The Weeknd promised fans he would be planning “something bigger” and hinted at stadium shows.

Now, The Weeknd has finally confirmed he’s getting ready to embark on one of his biggest tours yet, and his friend and collaborator Doja Cat will be his special guest. To make sure you don’t miss your chance to see the stars live in concert this summer, here’s everything you need to know about The Weeknd’s After Hours Til Dawn Tour.

When will The Weeknd’s After Hours Til Dawn Tour begin?

The Weeknd will begin his tour in his hometown of Toronto, Canada, on Saturday, July 8. His first show as part of his stadium tour will be at the Rogers Centre in Toronto.

Which cities will The Weeknd visit on his After Hours Til Dawn Tour?

The North American leg of The Weeknd’s tour will see him perform in 18 cities, including Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Chicago, Miami, Vancouver, Los Angeles, and several more.

According to Billboard, additional dates will be announced sometime in the future for international tour stops on every continent, except Antarctica.

When do tickets go on sale for The Weeknd’s After Hours Til Dawn Tour?

Tickets for The Weeknd’s tour will go on sale on March 10. Fans can purchase tickets through Ticketmaster.

Who will join The Weeknd on his After Hours Til Dawn Tour?

Doja Cat, who collaborated with The Weeknd on her 2021 song “You Right,” will be a special guest on his tour.

The Weeknd definitely wasn’t lying when he said he was planning a big surprise. Now, can we get him to perform in Antarctica next? That’d be an even bigger shock.