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The Weeknd Bio

Toronto-born rapper, producer, and songwriter The Weeknd is one of hip-hop’s most exciting young stars. The 26-year-old musician rose rapidly to fame in 2011 thanks to a successful series of mixtapes, and he’s spent his career since then wowing fans and critics with mixtapes, studio albums, and live performances. In just four short years, The Weeknd has risen from obscurity to superstardom. Today, The Weeknd tickets and The Weeknd albums are among the hottest sellers in hip-hop, and the artist behind them is among the genre’s most respected innovators.

The Weeknd is now one of the music industry’s most exciting young stars, but he wasn’t always an rising rapper. Before he was known as The Weeknd, Abęl Makkonen Tesfaye was just a kid from Toronto, Canada who loved creating music and dreamed of making it big in the music industry. His rise to superstardom has been the result of his talent, his work ethic, and a few breaks. The Weeknd’s journey has fueled his musical output and made a lasting impact on hip-hop as a genre.

The Weeknd’s story begins on February 16, 1990. That’s when Abęl Makkonen Tesfaye was born in Toronto, Canada. Tesfaye’s parents, Makkonen and Samra, had both been born in Ethopia. They left their home country in the 1980s and had worked hard to make it in Canada. Samra worked several jobs in Canada, including stints as a caterer and as a nurse. Makkonen, on the other hand, wasn’t in the picture at all by the time his son was old enough to notice. With his father absent and his mother constantly working to keep the family’s finances together, Tesfaye was raised for the most part by his grandmother, who had also emigrated from Ethiopia.

It was a unique upbringing: Tesfaye learned to speak fluent Amharic in order to communicate with his grandmother, and he regularly attended an Ethiopian Orthodox church with her. But as Tesfaye grew older, he began to take interest in the culture of his own birthplace. Toronto, home to a wide range of different cultures, had a thriving music scene that caught Tesfaye’s attention. And with each passing year, the future star found hip-hop music calling to him more and more. By the time Tesfaye was 17, he was ready to commit fully to his musical future. He dropped out of school at 17, leaving one weekend and never coming home. The idea of disappearing over the weekend gave Abęl his stage name, The Weeknd.

Tesfaye’s career took off when he met producer Jeremy Rose, who was working on an idea for a musical project that used dark R&B sounds. Rose played one of his tracks for Tesfaye and had him freestyle over it. The two began to work together and record tracks, but Rose ended up not using the material for his project. He let Tesfaye keep the tracks with the promise that Rose be credited if they were ever released.

Tesfaye released the tracks himself in 2010, using the stage name he’d come up with. That year, fans heard The Weeknd the first time. At first, Tesfaye kept his real identity a secret. The songs from the mysterious anonymous rapper caught on in the music media world, where blogs and music news sites began to talk up The Weeknd’s talents.

The Weeknd let hype build for a while before revealing himself. He then released House of Balloons (2011), a mixtape that brought him massive critical acclaim. After the success of House of Balloons, The Weeknd headed out on tour, giving fans their first chances to buy The Weeknd tickets. The Weeknd’s first-ever performance was in the Mod Club in his home town of Toronto, and he performed for an hour and a half straight. The buzz reached a fever pitch as world of The Weeknd’s high-energy live show spread, and he gained even further fame when he appeared at 2011’s OVO Fest, a music festival run by his fellow Toronto rapper, Drake.

The Weeknd had revealed himself to audiences, but he remained reticent with the press. He communicated using Twitter and refused to give traditional interviews, a policy which only brought him further fame. Later in 2011, the enigmatic rapper released another mixtape. That mixtape, Thursday, was released for free online – and became another critical smash hit. The Weeknd ended 2011 with a third mixtape, Echoes of Silence, completing his so-called “Balloons Trilogy” and cementing his place as rap’s most exciting new star.

By 2012, The Weeknd was a legitimate superstar. He played Coachella that summer and gave European fans their first chance to get The Weeknd tickets by touring across the continent. He released a compilation album full of tracks from the Balloons Trilogy, which he called simply Trilogy. Trilogy (2012) reached number four on the Billboard 200 albums chart.

Before he even had his first studio record, The Weeknd had his own record label. In 2012, following the success of his mixtape trilogy, The Weeknd signed a deal with Republic Records to found his own imprint, XO. That imprint would go on to release both of The Weeknd’s full-length albums.

Two years after his breakout, The Weeknd had it all – except a full-length studio album, which he still had not yet produced. The rising hip-hop star patched that hole in his resume in 2013 by releasing Kiss Land, a critical and commercial success that debuted at number two on the Billboard 200.

The Weeknd’s next album, Beauty Behind the Madness (2015), was his biggest success yet. The album earned even better reviews than Kiss Land and went double platinum in the United States. More fans that ever rushed to buy The Weeknd tickets, and the album topped sales expectations by a huge margin. The album also earned The Weeknd a Grammy, just one of many accolades that the rapper has earned from the press and industry insiders.

Today, The Weeknd is one of hip-hop’s most exciting and innovative voices. Unlike many other rappers, The Weeknd doesn’t stick to a formula and isn’t limited by the current hip-hop landscape. His bold music has won him critical acclaim and a legion of fans all over his native Canada, the United States, and Europe. And at just 26, The Weeknd has a long career ahead of him. Fans of The Weeknd should expect great things from him – now and for a long time to come.

Top 3 The Weeknd Tracks:

Wicked Games
High for This
The Morning

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Cheap The Weeknd Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$19.00 The Weeknd — 09/19/2017
Value City Arena (Schottenstein Center); Columbus, OH
$31.00 The Weeknd — 10/28/2017
Colonial Life Arena; Columbia, SC
$31.00 The Weeknd — 11/03/2015
Air Canada Centre; Toronto, ON
$33.00 The Weeknd — 10/11/2017
Golden 1 Center; Sacramento, CA
$34.00 The Weeknd — 09/18/2015
Drai's After Hours; Las Vegas, NV
$34.00 The Weeknd — 10/17/2017
Toyota Center; Houston, TX
$34.00 The Weeknd — 09/27/2017
Pinnacle Bank Arena; Lincoln, NE
$36.00 The Weeknd — 10/14/2017
T-Mobile Arena; Las Vegas, NV
$37.00 The Weeknd — 11/14/2015
Mohegan Sun Arena; Uncasville, CT
$38.00 The Weeknd — 11/11/2015
Prudential Center; Newark, NJ

Best and Most Expensive The Weeknd Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$590.00The Weeknd — 12/08/2015
The Forum; Inglewood, CA
$574.00The Weeknd — 12/06/2015
SAP Center; San Jose, CA
$568.00The Weeknd — 12/09/2017
Rod Laver Arena at Melbourne Park; Melbourne, AU
$549.00The Weeknd — 12/02/2017
Sydney SuperDome (Acer Arena); Sydney, AU
$525.00Hard Summer Music Festival - 2 Day Pass — 08/01/2015
Auto Club Raceway at Pomona; Pomona, CA
$508.00The Weeknd — 12/06/2017
Brisbane Entertainment Centre; Brisbane, UK
$450.00The Weeknd — 12/09/2015
The Forum; Inglewood, CA
$420.00Hangout Music Festival — 05/20/2016
Gulf Shores Beach; Gulf Shores, AL
$407.00The Weeknd — 12/14/2017
Perth Arena; Perth, Austrailia
$396.00The Weeknd — 12/31/2015
Fontainebleau Hotel and Resort; Miami Beach, FL