The Weeknd Officially Postpones After Hours Tour to 2021

The Weeknd
Duncan Loudon

Looks like The Weeknd's After Hours Tour will happen long after it was originally scheduled to. The R&B crooner announced on his Instagram today (May 20) that he's postponing the international jaunt to June 2021 amid the coronavirus pandemic.

"See you when it's safe," he captioned the post, which detailed how the previous tour dates (with the only exception of the New Orleans show being canceled due to availability) will start back up again in 2021 with even more shows added. All ticket holders will be honored for these dates unless they cannot attend the rescheduled shows and therefore want to request refunds.

The Weeknd (real name Abel Tesfaye) is set to begin his worldwide trek right at home in Canada before traveling all over the U.S. and crossing the pond to Europe in promotion of his No. 1 album After Hours, which stayed atop the Billboard 200 for an entire month. He'll still bring special guests Sabrina Claudio, Don Toliver and Black Atlass along for the wild ride.

Check out The Weeknd's official announcement below.

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