The Weeknd's new Short Film 'After Hours'

The Weeknd's new Short Film 'After Hours'

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Mar. 5 2020, Published 2:09 p.m. ET

Ahead of his March 20 album release of After Hours, The Weeknd dropped a five-minute short film of the same name. Directed by Anton Tammi, the film follows the artist from his “Blinding Lights” live performance on Jimmy Kimmel’s late night show into the desolate streets of Los Angeles. It serves as a follow up to the “Blinding Lights”music video, which dropped back in January and has over 4 million views on YouTube

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Globally, fans of The Weeknd are waiting in anticipation for his newest album release. In the meantime, The Weeknd has been satiating his fans through single releases, music videos, and most recently this short film

To further add to the anticipation, the artist recently announced his 62-date world tour. Kicking off June 11 in Vancouver,The After Hours Tour will hit cities across the U.S, Canada, the U.K, Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany and France. Tickets are on sale now and with every purchase, fans will receive a CD of After Hours (applies only to U.S and Canada residents). 

The single “Blinding Lights” has seen much success since its November release and marked the 7th single of his to reach the top spot on Billboard’s R&B Songs chart. The Weeknd is truly internationally loved as well, with “Blinding Lights” being the top air played song in both France and Germany for seven weeks running. The song also has been the top song on official charts in the U.K and France for three consecutive weeks. 

After Hours is now available for pre-order and pre-save, and will be available for purchase and download March 20. The Weeknd’s upcoming tour dates are listed below: 

June 11: Vancouver, BC (Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena) 

June 12: Vancouver, BC (Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena) 

June 14: Edmonton, AB (Rogers Place) 

June 17: Winnipeg, MB (Bell MTS Place) 

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June 22: St. Paul, MN (Xcel Energy Center) 

June 24: Chicago, IL (United Center) 

June 26: Pittsburgh, PA (PPG Paints Arena) 

June 27: Detroit, MI (Little Caesar’s Arena) 

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June 29: Toronto, ONT (Scotiabank Arena) 

June 30: Toronto, ONT (Scotiabank Arena) 

July 2: Montreal, QC (Bell Centre)

July 4: Uncasville, CT (Mohegan Sun)

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July 7: Newark, NJ (Prudential Center) 

July 8: Brooklyn, NY (Barclays Center) 

July 11: Boston, MA (TD Garden) 

July 13: Washington, DC (Capital One Arena) 

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July 15: Charlotte, NC (Spectrum Center) 

July 16: Atlanta, GA (State Farm Arena) 

July 18: Miami, FL (American Airlines Arena) 

July 19: Miami, FL (American Airlines Arena) 

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July 21: Orlando, FL (Amway Center)

July 23: New Orleans, LA (Smoothie King Center)

July 25: Dallas, TX (American Airlines Center) 

July 27: Denver, CO (Pepsi Center) 

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July 29: Salt Lake City, UT (Vivint Smart Home Arena) 

July 31: Portland, OR (Moda Center) 

August 1: Tacoma, WA (Tacoma Dome) 

August 3: Oakland, CA (Oakland Arena) 

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August 4: San Jose, CA (SAP Center) 

August 6: Sacramento, CA (Golden 1 Center)

August 8: Anaheim, CA (Honda Center) 

August 9: San Diego, CA (Pechanga Arena) 

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August 11: Glendale, AZ (Gila River Arena) 

August 14: Los Angeles, CA (Staples Center) 

August 15: Los Angeles, CA (Staples Center) 

August 16: Los Angeles, CA (Staples Center) 

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August 19: San Antonio, TX (AT&T Center) 

August 20: Ft. Worth, TX (Dickies Arena) 

August 22: Tulsa, OK (BOK Center) 

August 23: Omaha, NE (CHI Health Center Omaha) 

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August 25: St. Louis, MO (Enterprise Center) 

August 26: Nashville, TN (Bridgestone Arena) 

August 28: Cleveland, OH (Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse)

August 31: Toronto, ONT (Scotiabank Arena) 

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September 1: Buffalo, NY (KeyBank Arena) 

September 3: New York, NY (Madison Square Garden) 

October 11: London, UK (O2 Arena) 

October 12: London, UK (O2 Arena) 

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October 13: London, UK (O2 Arena) 

October 15: Newcastle, UK (Metro Radio Arena) 

October 16: Birmingham, UK (Arena Birmingham) 

October 18: Glasgow, UK (SSE Hydro) 

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October 19: Manchester, UK (Manchester Arena) 

October 23: London, UK (O2 Arena) 

October 26: Antwerp, Belgium (Sportpaleis) 

October 27: Amsterdam, Holland (Ziggo Dome) 

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October 29: Berlin, Germany (Mercedes-Benz Arena) 

October 31: Munich, Germany (Olumpiahalle) 

November 8: Hamburg, Germany (Barclaycard Arena) 

November 9: Cologne, Germany (Lanxess Arena) 

November 12: Paris, France (AccorHotels Arena) 

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