The Weeknd Announces Fall Tour, Teases ‘Kiss Land’

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Since the release of his 2012 Trilogy—a mastered compilation of three previously-released mixtapes—Toronto’s own grimy, futuristic crooner The Weeknd has slowly been promoting his forthcoming debut album Kiss Land. According to a press release from Republic Records (home to his XO Records imprint), the highly-anticipated Kiss Land is “due out at the end of summer.” In the meantime, The Weeknd has announced “The Fall” tour that will traverse the U.S. and his native Canada later this year. The tour’s opening acts will include Australian electronic dance music seductress Anna Lunoe and LA-based singer songwriter Banks. Check out the dates below.

9/6 Vancouver, BC                               Orpheum Theatre
9/7 Vancouver, BC                               Orpheum Theatre
9/10 Seattle, WA                                  Paramount Theater
9/13 Berkeley, CA                                The Greek Theatre – Berkeley
9/14 Santa Barbara, CA                        Santa Barbara Bowl
9/16 Los Angeles, CA                          The Greek Theatre
9/17 Los Angeles, CA                          The Greek Theatre
9/20 Broomfield, CO                            1st Bank Center
9/22 Grand Prairie, TX                         Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie
9/23 Cedar Park, TX                            Cedar Park Center
9/24 Houston, TX                                Bayou Music Center
9/26 Tampa, FL                                   David A. Straz, Jr. Center for the Performing Arts
9/27 Orlando, FL                                 Hard Rock Live
9/28 Miami, FL                                     James L. Knight Center
9/30 Atlanta, GA                                   Fox Theatre
10/1 Charlotte, NC                               Ovens Auditorium
10/2 Durham, NC                                 Durham Performing Arts Center
10/4 Camden, NJ                                 Susquehanna Bank Center
10/5 Washington, D.C.                         DAR Constitution Hall
10/7 New York, NY                              Radio City Music Hall
10/8 New York, NY                              Radio City Music Hall
10/11 Boston, MA                                Orpheum Theatre
10/13 Chicago, IL                                Chicago Theatre
10/14 Chicago, IL                                Chicago Theatre
10/15 Detroit, MI                                  Fox Theatre
10/17 Toronto, ON                              Massey Hall
10/19 Toronto, ON                              Massey Hall
10/20 Toronto, ON                              Massey Hall