The Weeknd’s voice noticeably failed about 15 minutes into Saturday’s performance when he yelled, “What’s up, L.A.,” and he concluded he couldn’t go on after four songs.
The Weeknd has declared that his voice has recovered, his two Toronto dates later this month are on schedule, and he’s looking to reschedule Saturday night‘s postponed performance. This comes three days after being forced to cancel his second concert at Los Angeles’ Sofi Stadium after just 15 minutes of play. There was no instant availability of more information from The Weekend’s side.
The Weekend posted that doctors said his voice is safe this Tuesday afternoon and will be solid again with some rest. He said he hoped to perform in front of his Toronto fans. He thanked all his fans for all the love and understanding they had sent him.
The Weekend Cancelled And Rescheduled LA Show Due To Voice Being Mend:
The Sound and Lily-Rose Depp are featured in the upcoming HBO Max series “The Idol,” which was the subject of the canceled performance on Saturday. She entered the stage carrying the show’s penultimate scene’s most important words while donning a white gown and an updo. She says, in character, that she has had a tough year.
After the original conclusion of a North American portion of the tour, Saturday night’s L.A. engagement, when his voice failed, the Toronto performance was rescheduled for Sept. 22, with a second date added for the 23rd.
Following the two Toronto dates and after yet another journey across the continent, it now seems the real end of the North American tour will take place in Los Angeles.