The Weeknd

The Weeknd had planned a stadium tour back in 2021 to celebrate the release of his album "After Hours" back in 2020. Then, like so many other events, the worldwide After Hours Til Dawn tour got pushed back due to the pandemic.

Now it’s 2022, baby! Restrictions are lifting once again, and we’re seeing shimmers of normalcy left and right and now the After Hours Til Dawn Stadium tour is back on! The Weekend is bringing the tour to New England at Gillette Stadium.

After Hours is The Weeknd’s 4th studio album and dropped just after the world shut down. It was ranked as the 4th best album of 2020 by Variety. It has a heavy 80s vibe and features the smash hit Blinding Lights.

Doja Cat

Doja Cat has firmly planted her place as a pop Queen, especially with her 2021 album "Planet Her" featuring Kiss Me More and Say So.

She was just in New England with a show at the TD Garden in Boston in December. Recently she’s even gaining traction on the rock charts for her cover of Hole’s Celebrity Skin, according to Billboard.

After Hours Til Dawn Tour

The pair are teaming up for the After Hours Til Dawn Stadium tour with a stop at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts.

It’s all going down on Thursday, July 21st. Tickets will go on sale Thursday, March 10th at 10am. This is a can’t miss show be sure to keep listening to The Q for your shot at tickets!

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