Along with revealing the dates for phase two of his Starboy: Legend of the Fall tour, The Weeknd has announced Nav as one of the artists joining him for the trek.

The announcement arrives a couple months after Nav, who's signed to Weeknd's XO imprint, revealed that recording for Perfect Timing—a joint project with himself and Metro Boomin—had been completed. If we're lucky, maybe we'll be hearing some tracks from their joint effort during Abel's tour this fall.

The Starboy Legend of the Fall tour is all set to begin in University Park, Pa. on Sept. 6. Tickets for the tour go on sale at 11 a.m. local time on June 16. Cop them here.

Check out the tour dates for yourself below.

The Weeknd’s Starboy: Legend of the Fall Phase Two Dates

Sept. 6—University Park, Pa.—Bryce Jordan Center
Sept. 9—Toronto, Ont.—Air Canada Centre
Sept. 12—Boston, Mass.—TD Garden
Sept. 15—Washington, D.C.—Verizon Center
Sept. 17—Philadelphia, Pa.—Wells Fargo
Sept. 19—Columbus, Ohio—Schottenstein
Sept. 20—Indianapolis, Ind.—Banker’s Life Fieldhouse
Sept. 22—Las Vegas, Vev.—iHeart
Sept. 24—St. Paul, Minn.—Xcel Energy Center
Sept. 26—Kansas City, Mo.—Sprint Center
Sept. 27—Lincoln, Neb.—Pinnacle Bank Arena
Sept. 29—Denver, Co.—Pepsi Center
Oct. 2—Edmonton,—Rogers Place
Oct. 5—Vancouver—Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena
Oct. 6—Portland, Ore.—Moda Center
Oct. 8—Oakland, Calif.—Oracle Arena
Oct. 11—Sacramento, Calif.—Golden One Arena
Oct. 13—Anaheim, Calif.—Honda Center
Oct. 14—Las Vegas, NV—T-Mobile Arena
Oct. 17—Houston, Texas—Toyota Center
Oct. 19—San Antonio, Texas—AT&T Center
Oct. 21—Tulsa, OKla.—BOK Center
Oct. 24—Miami, Fla.—American Airlines Arena
Oct. 28—Columbia, S.C.—Colonial Life Arena
Oct. 29—Nashville, Tenn.—Bridgestone Arena
Nov.1— Detroit, Mich.—Little Caesars Arena
Nov.2—Chicago, Ill.—United Center
Nov.29—Auckland, NZ—Spark Arena
Dec.2—Sydney, AUS—Qudos Bank Arena
Dec.6—Brisbane, AUS—Entertainment Center
Dec.8—Melbourne, AUS—Rod Laver Arena
Dec.11—Adelaide, AUS—Entertainment Center
Dec.14—Perth, AUS—Perth Arena

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