The Weeknd will be performing the 2021 Super Bowl Halftime Show

By Live4ever - Posted on 13 Nov 2020 at 7:22am



The Weeknd

The Weeknd is following in the footsteps of Lady Gaga, Prince, Beyonce and many more.

The Weeknd will be providing the half-time entertainment at the Super Bowl next year.

The high profile show will be taking place on February 7th, a good start to the new year for the Canadian star with the massive world tour behind After Hours that was moved into 2021 set to open in June via two nights at the Rogers Arena in Vancouver.

He’ll be in the UK by October for a run of shows which includes four at the O2 Arena in London.

The Weeknd tour dates:

June 2021
12,13 – Vancouver, British Columbia, Rogers Arena, Canada
15 – Edmonton, Alberta, Rogers Place, Canada
17 – Winnipeg, Manitoba, Bell Mts Place, Canada
19 – Saint Paul, Minnesota, Xcel Energy Center, USA
21 – Chicago, Illinois, United Center, USA
24 – Detroit, Michigan, Little Caesars Arena, USA
25 – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, PPG Paints Arena, USA
27,28 – Toronto, Ontario, Scotiabank Arena, Canada
30 – Montreal, Quebec, Bell Centre, Canada

July 2021
2 – Boston, Massachusetts, TD Garden, USA
4 – Uncasville,, Connecticut, Mohegan Sun Arena, USA
6 – Newark New Jersey, Prudential Center, USA
7 – Washington D.C., Capital One Arena, USA
9 – Brooklyn, New York, Barclays Center, USA
12 – Charlotte, North Carolina, Spectrum Center, USA
13 – Atlanta, Georgia, State Farm Arena, USA
15,16 – Miami, Florida, American Airlines Arena, USA
9 – Orlando, Florida, Amway Center, USA
22 – Houston, Texas, Toyota Center, USA
23 – Dallas, Texas, American Airlines Center, USA
25 – Denver, Colorado, Pepsi Center, USA
27 – Salt Lake City, Utah, Vivint Smart Home Arena, USA
29 – Portland, Oregon, Moda Center At The Rose Quarter, USA
30 – Tacoma, Washington, Dome, USA

August 2021
4 – San Jose, California, Sap Center, USA
6 – Anaheim, California, Honda Center, USA
8 – Glendale, Arizona, Gila River Arena, USA
10 – San Diego California, Pechanga Arena San Diego, USA
13,14,15 – Los Angeles California, Staples Center, USA
18 – San Antonio, Texas, AT&T Center, USA
19 – Fort Worth, Texas, Dickies Arena, USA
21 – Tulsa, Oklahoma, BOK Center, USA
22 – Omaha, Nebraska, Chi Health Cente, USA
24 – St Louis, Missouri, Enterprise Center, USA
25 – Nashville, Tennessee, Bridgestone Arena, USA
28 – Cleveland, Ohio, Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse, USA
29 – Buffalo, New York, Keybank Center, USA
31 – Toronto, Ontario, Scotiabank Arena, Canada

September 2021
2 – New York City, New York, Madison Square Garden, USA

October 2021
11 – Hamburg, Barclaycard Arena, Germany
15,16,17 – Paris, Accorhotels Arena, France
19 – Amsterdam, Ziggo Dome, Netherlands
22 – Birmingham, Arena, UK
24 – Manchester, Arena, UK
25,29,30,31 – London, O2 Arena, UK

November 2021
3 – Newcastle, Utilita Arena, UK
5 – Cologne Lanxess Arena, Germany
9 – Munich Olympiahalle, Germany
11 – Berlin Mercedes Benz Arena, Germany



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