After The Weeknd lost his voice on stage and was forced to stop mid-show on September 3 at LA’s SoFi Stadium, he assured fans he’d be back soon to deliver give them the performance they were looking forward to that night. And now, he is making good on his promise.
The 32-year-old pop star not only announced on Tuesday (September 27) that the canceled concert would be rescheduled for November, he also revealed that he will be adding a second LA day to the show. His After Hours Til Dawn tour. The two new dates, which take place this year over Thanksgiving weekend, will officially conclude The Weeknd’s stadium tour, which kicked off after some pandemic-related schedule changes in July.
The first date was scheduled for Saturday, November 26 at SoFi Stadium, which was the officially scheduled date for the gig, which he abruptly canceled on September 3 when, midway through while singing the 2015 hit “Can’t Feel My Face,” he felt his voice fall out. “I can’t give you the concert I want to give you,” he told his audience that night before leaving the stage.
“I’ll make sure everyone is well, get your money back and I’ll put on a gig for you guys soon, but I wanted to show up and personally apologize, not tweet or Instagram,” he said. continued, obviously shaking. “I want you to know that I cannot give you what I want to give you. I’m sorry. I’m so sorry. “
The second and final show, added “due to overwhelming demand” according to a statement, will take place on Sunday, November 27, also at SoFi.
Those who already have tickets to the canceled September 3 show will have their tickets automatically moved to November 26, but can also request a refund until Thursday, October 27. Tickets for May 27. 11 will be further discounted at 10 a.m. PST on October 3.
This story first appeared on Billboard.com.