Blinding Lights singer The Weeknd continues After Hours til Dawn tour in Chicago
The Weeknd will continue its major North American tour this week.
Abel Makkonen Tesfaye performs at some of the most famous venues in the United States and Canada on his After Hours til Dawn tour.
Ford Field, home of the Detroit Lions, is next.
Here’s everything you need to know:
When and where will The Weeknd play next?
The next leg of the After Hours til Dawn tour will take The Weeknd to Ford Field, Detroit.
He will face the home of the Detroit Lions on Wednesday July 27.
What time does the concert start?
The concert will begin at 6:30 p.m.
Two opening acts will perform before The Weeknd takes the stage.
Who opens for The Weeknd?
Doja Cat was to be the opening act for the North American tour, but pulled out due to tonsil surgery.
She was replaced by Canadian DJ Kaytranada, Swedish singer Snoh Aalegra and American record producer Mike Dean.
Just Kaytranada and Mike Dean will be the openers for the Ford Field show.
What is the tour setlist?
According Setlist.fmthe setlist for the After Hours til Dawn tour is:
- Alone Again (first half only)
- Sacrifice (Swedish House Mafia Remix)
- How can I make you love me?
- I can’t feel my face
- Take my breath
- Hurricane (Kanye West cover)
- The hills
- Crew Love (Drake cover)
- Low Life (future hedge)
- Or not (Ty Dolla $ign cover)
- Kiss Land (first half only)
- party monster
- Faith (First Half Only)
- after hours
- Out of time
- I feel it coming
- die for you
- Is there anyone else?
- I was never there
- wicked games
- call my name
- save your tears
- less than zero
- blinding lights
Are tickets available?
The show at Ford Field in Detroit still has tickets available.
You can buy a ticket to see The Weeknd on ticket master – with prices ranging from around $50 (£41) to over $1,000 (£834).
What shows are on tour?
The North American leg of the tour includes the following dates:
- July 27 – Detroit – Ford Field
- July 30 – Landover – FedExField
- August 4 – Tampa – Raymond James Stadium
- August 6 – Miami Gardens – Hard Rock Stadium
- August 11 – Atlanta – Mercedes-Benz Stadium
- August 14 – Arlington – AT&T Stadium
- Aug. 18 – Denver – Empower Field at Mile High
- August 20 – Paradise – Allegiant Stadium
- August 23 – Vancouver, Canada – BC Place
- August 25 – Seattle – Lumen Field
- August 27 – Santa Clara – Levi’s Stadium
- August 30 – Glendale – State Farm Stadium
- September 2 – Inglewood – SoFi Stadium
- September 3 – Inglewood – SoFi Stadium
- September 22 – Toronto, Canada – Rogers Center
Parking will cost $30 on site.