The Weeknd Edmonton Tickets

Hip-hop/R&B artist, the Weeknd is set to perform at the Rexall Place in Edmonton. Watch him as he performs chart-topping tracks such as ‘Can’t Feel My Face’ and ‘The Hills.’Make reservations for the upcoming show.

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The Beginning of the Weeknd’s Career

The Weeknd rose to fame in 2010 when he recorded three singles independently and uploaded them to YouTube. Titled ‘Loft Music’, ‘What You Need’ and ‘The Morning’, the tracks gained massive popularity through word of mouth and captured the attention of producer and rapper, Drake. Drake helped the Weeknd increase his fan base by getting him media coverage from The New York Times and Pitchfork Media.

Initial Mix Tape Releases

In 2011, the Weeknd released a mix tape ‘House of Balloons’ available for free download through his website. The independent record gained massive critical acclaim, as well as a nomination for 2011 Polaris Music Prize. In the same year, the R&B singer released 2 more mix tapes, ‘Thursday’ in August and ‘Echoes of Silence’ in December. With the success of these releases, the Weeknd was offered a recording contract by Republic Records.

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The Weeknd’s discography boasts of his debut full-length studio album, ‘Kiss Land’ (2013) and sophomore release ‘Beauty behind the Madness’ (2015). While ‘Kiss Land’ received gold certification in Canada, ‘Beauty behind the Madness’ sold over 500,000 copies in Britain (silver certification). His latest studio album topped charts in the US, UK, Canada and Australia, and reached the second spot on charts in Belgium, Denmark and Netherlands. Watch him as he performs his latest hits. Get the Weeknd Edmonton tickets.

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