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See The Weeknd live in Vancouver (CONTEST)

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Daily Hive Custom Content Nov 02, 2016 3:57 am 3,781

The Weeknd is coming to Rogers Arena during his first-ever world tour on April 25.

The Canadian singer, songwriter, and record producer emerged from obscurity in 2011 through his anonymous YouTube account. His debut mixtape House of Balloons caught the attention of another famous Canadian – Drake invited The Weeknd to perform at his first two OVO festivals and enlisted the young singer to work on his album Take Care.

The Weeknd started doing his own studio albums two years later.  His second album Beauty Behind the Madness earned him two Grammy Awards, and RIAA triple-platinum certification for more than $3 million in sales, and 16 RIAA certifications from his tracks alone.

On November 25, The Weeknd will release his fourth album, Starboy. His world tour by the same name will start a few months after in Sweden.

Tickets go on sale November 4 and are available through Live Nation, but a Daily Hive reader will get a chance to win a pair for free.

The Weeknd 2017 Vancouver concert

When: April 25, 7:30 pm

Where: Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena, 800 Griffiths Way

Tickets: Available from $39.50– $175 through Live Nation starting November 4

Contest

To enter for your chance to win two tickets to see The Weeknd in Vancouver on April 25, do at least one of the following:

1. Follow Live Nation on Instagram – @LiveNationBC and leave a comment below telling us once you have (1 entry)

2. Tweet the following: (1 entry)

3. Leave a comment below telling us your favourite song by The Weeknd (1 entry)

Contest entries will be accepted from the time and date of publishing until 11:59 pm on November 16, 2016. One winner will be chosen at random and contacted through the platform they used to enter.

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