The Weeknd Tickets: Get ‘Starboy: Legend Of The Fall 2017 World Tour’ Tickets Early With Pre-Sale Code — Bryson Tiller Joins European Tour

The Weeknd has announced his “Starboy: Legend of the Fall 2017 World Tour,” and as such, folks are searching for tickets for The Weeknd’s newly announced tour. It hasn’t been long after The Weeknd revealed the official video for his “Starboy” song, replete with Christian crosses, fast cars and an animal as The Weeknd’s passenger, as reported by the Inquisitr. It’s a song that has folks pouring over the lyrics as they search for The Weeknd concert tickets — and wondering if The Weeknd sings about Bella Hadid, as seen with The Weeknd in the above photo, when he continues his standard lyrics fare, full of drug-fueled words that mention plenty of sex.

On Facebook, The Weeknd announced his concertNEW TOUR PHASE 1″ early in the wee hours of Monday morning — and the hunt for tickets was on. The very popular Facebook post has swelled to garner more than 55,000 reactions on Facebook.

Also on Facebook, The Weeknd provided a way for fans to get tickets for The Weeknd’s “NEW TOUR PHASE 1″ via a special page that allows folks to get pre-sale codes for tickets if they purchase a pre-sale ticket bundle.

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The “Starboy Bundle Ticket Access” is listed at a cost of $30 as of this writing, with the bundle including a “Starboy Tour Tee” and “Pre-Sale Ticket Access” — all set to ship on Friday, November 25.

The Weeknd’s store lists several products that provide “exclusive pre-sale access” with the purchase of select items on the page, at least those with “ticket access” next to the product.

There’s a “Starboy Vinyl Bundle” for $60, which offers ticket access. There’s also a “Starboy Premium Bundle” for $90 that offers ticket access — all with the face of The Weeknd, hands on his head, Christian cross hanging around his neck on the products. A $30 “Starboy Bundle” includes a black T-shirt and ticket access.

The pre-sale access codes for The Weeknd’s tickets will give folks the opportunity to buy two tickets to one of The Weeknd’s concerts from his 2017 dates in the U.S. and Canada, from a batch of pre-sale tickets.

Those codes will be sent to people through an email by 10 a.m. on November 1, which is the time and day that the sale of pre-sale tickets for The Weeknd’s tickets begins. Buying a Starboy Bundle doesn’t guarantee that a person will score The Weeknd’s tickets, warns the large print.

The pre-sale codes offered can be used to purchase tickets for the following dates on The Weeknd’s tour.

“APRIL 25 – VANCOUVER, BC

APRIL 26 – SEATTLE, WASHINGTON

APRIL 28 – SAN JOSE, CA

APRIL 29 – LOS ANGELES, CA

APRIL 30 – LOS ANGELES CA

MAY 2 – PHOENIX, AZ

MAY 4 – DALLAS, TX

MAY 6 – HOUSTON, TX

MAY 9 – NEW ORLEANS, LA

MAY 11 – FT LAUDERDALE, FL

MAY 12 – TAMPA, FL

MAY 13 – ATLANTA, GA

MAY 17 – CHARLOTTE, NC

MAY 18 – WASHINGTON, DC

MAY 19 – ATLANTIC CITY, NJ

MAY 23 – CHICAGO, IL

MAY 24 – DETROIT, MI

MAY 26 – TORONTO ON

MAY 28 – OTTAWA, ON

MAY 30 – MONTREAL, QC

MAY 31 – QUEBEC CITY, QC

JUNE 2 – UNCASVILLE, CT

JUNE 3 – NASSAU, NY

JUNE 4 – NEWARK, NJ

JUNE 6 – BROOKLYN, NY

JUNE 7- BROOKLYN, NY

JUNE 9 – CINCINNATI, OH”

As for the actual T-shirt or other “Starboy Bundle” items, buyers can expect them to ship in three to four weeks, claims the bold print on the website linked to above and from The Weeknd’s Facebook page.

The are limits on the pre-sale codes, however.

Customers are limited to a maximum of four codes each.

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Whereas phase one of The Weeknd’s concert lists special surprise guests, at least one or more of those guests has been listed by The Weeknd on his Facebook page, representing his one of his “EUROPE SPECIAL GUESTS.” That man is Bryson Tiller, a guy who has experienced his own skyrocketing success with songs like “Don’t” and “Exchange” and “Let Me Explain” and “Sorry Not Sorry.”

With The Weeknd and Bryson, those should be some hot concert tickets.

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