The Weeknds stadium tour of Australia has been cancelled

The Weekend's postponed tour of Australia has now been canceled and ticket holders will be refunded.

The Canadian R&B superstar initially planned an 11-date stadium tour in Australia and New Zealand, touring both countries last November and December.

Then, two weeks ago Then Mani Till Dawn Tour As it was about to take off, the trek was called off due to „unforeseen circumstances”.



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A statement released at the time confirmed that new dates would be announced for 2024 and that existing tickets would remain valid for those new shows.

Not so anymore. Alternate dates though Never announcedThe report confirms the cancellation of the existing 2023 tour, while Live Nation, which is producing the tour, continues to investigate the rescheduled trek.

„A weekend 'After Hours Till Dawn Tour' for Australia and New Zealand is still being planned,” reads LN's statement. advertisement board. „As we continue to work through the rescheduling process with the artist, tickets for the existing 2023 tour will be canceled and all ticket holders will receive a full refund accordingly.”

Ticket holders of The Weeknd's 'After Hours Til Dawn Tour' shows who previously held their tickets will be able to access a priority purchase window for the new tour in Australia and New Zealand, the news read. Priority waiting list. All current ticket holders will receive an automatic refund.

The tour was first announced last August with four shows in Australia's big three east coast cities – Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane – and a date in Auckland, NZ.

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Additional dates were added last September, bringing the itinerary to 11 in both markets.

Week's tour has been scrapped as Australia's festival market navigates turbulent waters. In recent weeks, the 2024 editions of Splendor in the Cross, Mona Foma and Crew's The Moo have played a part in each story, with soft ticket sales.

Opening ceremony Sound check A report published by Creative Australia found the climate for running a festival is „very complex”, with event organizers challenged by a myriad of issues, rapidly rising costs, ticket buying behavior and more.

Despite the down under atmosphere, The Weeknd continues to have hits. In recent days, he became the 18th artist to chart at least 100 career hits on the Hot 100, thanks to a pair of guest appearances on Future and Metro Boomin's new Billboard 200 No. 1 album. We still don't believe you: No. The album's title track debuts on 22 and no. “All to Myself” starting at 67.

In the United States, he has had seven No. 1s on the Billboard Hot 100 and four No. 1 albums on the Billboard 200.

Last released on Australia's ARIA Albums Chart Friday 19th AprilA compilation of the weekend's hits Highlights 167 went 8-4 in Week 1. It was certified triple platinum in Australia.

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