The Weeknd has announced what he calls "Phase One" of his huge upcoming world tour in 2017, Starboy: Legend Of The Fall Tour.
The North American portion of 25 dates is set to kick off in April, and is expected to run six weeks before wrapping up on June 9. Tickets to see The Weeknd can be found on the resale market, with opportunities to see him in cities such as New Orleans, Tampa, Detroit, and many more.
With averages coming in at $345 for the upcoming tour, according to data provided by TicketIQ, tickets can be found for as low as $61 at several stops along the way. Some of The Weekend’s performances include Los Angeles when he plays The Forum for two nights on April 29 and 30. Tickets for these shows can be found on average for $245, with the cheapest ticket coming in at $78. On May 18, The Weeknd will appear at the Verizon Center in Washington, DC, where tickets are currently averaging $195, and the lowest get-in rate can be found for $60.
Towards the end of his route, Abel Tesfaye will bring the show to the Barclays Center in New York for a two-night stay on June 6 and 7. Here, tickets can be found for as low as $81, while the average price is clocking in at $361. He will wrap up this North American portion in Cincinnati at the US Bank Arena, where tickets can be found for as low as $58.
The Weeknd is out on the road in support of his forthcoming record of the same name and Starboy is scheduled for release on November 25. The Weeknd was recently featured as the musical guest on the Saturday Night Live 42nd season opener back in October, where he performed two tracks off the record, the title track “Starboy,” and another song, “False Alarm.”
Before this year comes to a close, The Weeknd will perform at iHeartRadio’s Jingle Ball on the same day of his album release in his hometown of Toronto. That radio showcase will feature fellow artists The Chainsmokers and Alessia Cara.
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