Toronto has embarked on a massive tour for the pop superstar album Hours later January 14 and 15, 2022 in Vancouver with two evenings.
It will then perform in Edmonton, Winnipeg, Toronto and Montreal with other stops in the United States and Europe.
However, the artist, born Abel Tesfe, announced on his Instagram that he would move his tour to the stadiums and reschedule his entire tour next summer.
Due to the demand for arena barriers and more performances, I want to make the stadiums bigger and more unique for those of you who need themMr Tesfaye wrote on social media.
It specifies that all tickets for the planned trip will be refunded automatically and that the ticket holders
Priority will be given to purchasing tickets for performances at the stadium when they go on sale.
The tour has already been postponed twice due to COVID-19.
Future dates and ticket prices for the new tour have not yet been revealed.
The promotional image for the revised tour mentioned South America, Asia, Australia, Africa and the Middle East, as well as locations selected for the original tour.
The weekend plan change was greeted with mixed reactions online on Monday, with some fans frustrated over the artist’s decision to cancel an already postponed tour, forcing them to begin the process of buying tickets again.
With information from the Canadian Press