The Weeknd ticket prices have been revealed ahead of his UK and European tour dates going on sale

The Weeknd ticket prices have been revealed ahead of his UK and European tour going on sale

The Weeknd recently announced a UK and European stadium tour – and the ticket prices have been revealed.

The singer will perform his biggest headline shows to date in 2023 as part of the After Hours til Dawn Tour.

Fans can get their hands on tickets in the general sale from 12pm on 2 December via Ticketmaster.

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He will head to venues in London, Manchester, Paris, Amsterdam, Dublin, Milan and Madrid to name a few.

It’s part of his global tour and in support of his two albums, After Hours and Dawn FM.

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He recently wrapped up the North American leg of the stadium tour, which saw him perform the likes of “Blinding Lights”, “Can’t Feel My Face” and “Wicked Games”.

Ahead of tickets going on sale, fans will be wondering how much tickets will cost for the shows, which has now been revealed.

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Below you can find out the seating plan, ticket prices breakdown and full tour schedule for The Weeknd’s 2023 tour.

How much will The Weeknd tickets cost?

Following a presale, the The Weeknd ticket prices have been confirmed. Fans will now know how much seated and standing tickets will set them back as they go on sale across this week.

  • Seated tickets – £52.25 / £69.10 / £97.20 / £146.35
  • East front pitch standing – £113.80
  • West front pitch standing – £113.80
  • Rear pitch standing £81.60-£91.60
  • Premium early entry package – east – £229.60
  • Premium early entry package – west – £229.60
  • Early entry package – rear pitch – £191.60
  • Gold hot ticket package – £259.60
  • Silver hot ticket package – £196.60
  • VIP Lounge – £384.90

They go on general sale at 12pm on 2 December via Ticketmaster.

What’s the London Stadium seating plan?

The London Stadium seating plan for The Weeknd's headline show. (Ticketmaster)
The London Stadium seating plan for The Weeknd’s headline show. (Ticketmaster)

This is the London Stadium seating plan for The Weeknd’s show on 7 July. It features tiered seating, a rear admission standing section and two front standing sections, one on the east side and one on the west side of the stadium.

It’s expected that shows in other venues across the UK and Europe will have a similar layout for his After Hours til Dawn Tour. This should give you an idea of what ticket type you’ll be after when they go on sale.

When do tickets go on sale?

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Following an O2 priority sale they go on general sale at 12pm on 2 December via Ticketmaster.

There’s also a Live Nation presale that takes place from 12pm on 1 December. This can be accessed by signing up to Live Nation for free, then simply log in to your account and head to the The Weeknd’s page to access tickets.

For the European dates you can find the ticket links below.

What are The Weeknd’s tour dates?

  • 10 June – Manchester, Etihad Stadium – tickets
  • 14 June – Horsens, Denmark Nordstern Arena – tickets
  • 17 June – Stockholm, Sweden Tele2 Arena – tickets
  • 20 June – Oslo, Norway Telenor Arena – tickets
  • 24 June – Amsterdam, Netherlands Johan Cruyff Arena – tickets
  • 28 June – Dublin, Ireland Marlay Park – tickets
  • 2 July – Hamburg, Germany Volksparkstadion – tickets
  • 4 July – Dusseldorf, Merkur Spiel-Arena – tickets
  • 7 July – London Stadium – tickets
  • 8 July – London Stadium – tickets
  • 11 July – Brussels, Belgium King Baudouin Stadium – tickets
  • 14 July – Frankfurt, Germany Deutsche Bank Park – tickets
  • 18 July – Madrid, Spain Civitas Metropoliano – tickets
  • 20 July – Barcelona, Estadi Olimpic Lluis Companys – tickets
  • 22 July – Nice, France Allianz Riviera – tickets
  • 26 July – Milan, Italy Ippodromo La Maura – tickets
  • 29 July – Paris, France Stade de France – tickets
  • 1 August – Bordeaux, Matmut Atlantique – tickets
  • 4 August – Munich, Germany Olympiastadion – tickets
  • 6 August – Prague, Czech Republic Letňany – tickets
  • 9 August – Warsaw, Poland PGE Narodowy – tickets
  • 12 August – Tallinn, Estonia Tallinn Song Festival Grounds

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