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The Weeknd moves Pepsi Center concert to 2021

The Weeknd will be joined by Sabrina Claudio and Don Toliver in Denver in July 2021.

DENVER — Denver will be rocking next summer when The Weeknd brings his tour to Pepsi Center.

The R&B-pop singer has rescheduled his July 2020 concert stop to July 2021.

The Weeknd will now perform at Pepsi Center on July 25, 2021 with special guests Sabrina Claudio and Don Toliver.

"See you when it's safe," said The Weeknd on Twitter.

Tickets for the 2020 show will be honored next year. Ticketholders can also request a refund at LiveNation.com/Refund

Each ticket to The Weeknd's concert comes with one CD copy his new album "After Hours," which was released March 20.

The 57-date "After Hours Tour" will visit the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany and France. The tour will showcase state of the art production and one of the most innovative stage designs to date, containing the most LED lights and video for an arena show, according to concert promoter Live Nation.

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Pepsi Center is home to the Denver Nuggets, Colorado Avalanche and Colorado Mammoth. The venue opened on Oct. 1, 1999 in downtown Denver.  

The arena, which opened with a sold-out concert by Celine Dion, seats up to 20,000 for concerts and other events. Pepsi Center hosts more than 250 events each year. 

The Weeknd performed two new tracks on "Saturday Night Live" in March.

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