The Weeknd Drops The Epic Trailer For HBO’s “Live At SoFi Stadium”

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The Weeknd released his last studio album, Dawn FM at the beginning of 2022. The album became another major seller, which he quickly followed up with a tour. It was easily one of the most exciting shows of the year, and The Weeknd undoubtedly made up for the lack of touring due to the pandemic. He not only performed music from his latest album but he also delivered live renditions of a few cuts off of After Hours.

The After Hours Til Dawn tour undoubtedly earned some big bucks. According to reports, he raked in $30M from the first four shows alone. However, there were a few hiccups along the way, including a postponed show at Inglewood’s SoFi Stadium. “I don’t know what just happened, but I just lost my voice,” he told fans early in the set before promising to reschedule. “I don’t want to stop the show but I can’t give you the concert.” Fortunately, he kept his promise and returned in late November.

The Weeknd Delivers An Epic Performance for Live At SoFi Stadium

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For those that couldn’t attend any of the shows, The Weeknd and HBO made sure fans didn’t miss out. The Weeknd shared the trailer for Live At SoFi Stadium, directed by Micah Bickham, debuting on HBOMax on Feb. 25th. The snippet reveals footage from The Weeknd’s final shows on the After House Til Dawn tour in Los Angeles and provides fans with a rare behind-the-scenes glimpse into his concert. The Swedish House Mafia-produced “Sacrifice” plays throughout the trailer.

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The Weeknd’s relationship with HBO is undoubtedly producing some excellent content for his fans. This week, HBO confirmed a release for the highly-anticipated show, The Idol, co-created by The Weeknd and Euphoria creator Sam Levinson. The show is due out in June, though neither The Weeknd or Levinson have provided a concrete date. Still, many fans are excited to see the forthcoming series starring BLACKPINK’s Jennie, Lily-Rose Depp, and Troye Sivan. We’ll keep you posted on more updates on the show. For now, check out the trailer for The Weeknd’s Live At The SoFi Stadium above.

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