The Weeknd has announced that a new concert special titled Live At SoFi Stadium will soon be available on HBO Max.
The special will cover Abel His Tesfaye’s three concerts over the past year at Inglewood’s legendary stadium and will debut on the platform on February 25th.
The Canadian crooner was slated for his second consecutive performance at SoFi as part of his After Hours Til Dawn Tour last September but lost his voice early in the set, which meant the second time. suddenly canceled their show.
He later moved the show to November and added another date for Thanksgiving weekend.
The new concert special comes nearly a year after Amazon Prime Video released The Dawn FM Experience on the platform, bringing The Weeknd’s latest album to life through captivating visuals.
Live At SoFi Stadium isn’t the only thing The Weeknd will be contributing to his HBO Max in 2023. His upcoming series Idol, co-produced by the “Sacrifice” singer with Euphoria creator Sam Levinson, is also set to hit streaming platforms later this year.
The show follows a Los Angeles club owner and cult leader (The Weeknd) entering a complicated relationship with an aspiring pop star (Lily-Rose his Depp).
Musically, The Weeknd’s Dawn FM released his January 7, 2022 debut at number two on the Billboard 200. It was announced on Tuesday (January 31) that the singer has been nominated for six Juno Awards thanks to the project.
He has been nominated for TikTok Juno Fan Choice Awards, Single of the Year “Sacrifice”, Album of the Year, Artist of the Year, Songwriter of the Year, and Pop Album of the Year. The Juno Awards will be held in Edmonton on Monday, March 13th, and will air on CBC.
Additionally, last December, the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) awarded The Weeknd a diamond plate for his 2015 single “Can’t Feel My Face.”
He currently ranks second on the all-time list of most Diamond Plates, along with Post Malone and Imagine Dragons.