The Weeknd announced on his Instagram that he's decided to officially cancel all current dates on his upcoming After Hours Tour.

As if (clearly I've been watching Clueless to much lately) we haven't missed enough live music over 2020 and 2021, this is just another show added to the long list of "what ifs" when it comes to live music in Colorado, and around the country for that matter! The Weeknd was set to perform just after the new year at Ball Arena in Denver, which was the second delayed date, I believe, and now that date, along with the rest of the worldwide tour, is done. I guess you could say the After Hours Party is over...

Your pal, The Weeknd, or Abel if you're tight with him like I pretend to be, had this to say about the announcement as seen above:

Due to constraints of arenas and the demand for more shows I want to do something bigger and special for you which requires stadiums.

Does that mean he's coming to Empower Field at Mile High Summer of 2022? Nothing official has been announced as of this writing but I can't imagine he blows off the amazing state of Colorado as we love us some Weeknd!

After his highly anticipated Superbowl Halftime performance earlier this year and SMASH HITS like "Blinding Lights" setting ridiculous records, the world was ready to see what he'd been working on. It sounds like we'll have to wait just a little bit longer because he has plans to make things even BIGGER! If it comes to Empower Field at Mile High, I'm in! You??

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