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The Weeknd makes his triumphant return to the ‘After Hours Til Dawn’ tour.

After losing his voice during a concert in Los Angeles, The Weeknd has finally resumed his After Hours Til Dawn tour, according to Variety.The After Hours singer returned to Toronto on Thursday, September 22, for the first of two stadium gigs at the 45,000-capacity Rogers Centre.

“Toronto, watch what you’ve done.” You’ve just reminded me why I do this. I’m going to keep fighting for you. This is something I want to do for the rest of my life. “I want to do this with you,” the singer said to the audience.

“Mod Club in 2011 was my first show in Toronto – my first show ever… And now we’re playing two performances in a row at the SkyDome. We’ll do it.We’re going to stay up all night. They’ll have to remove me from the stage tonight.”

While the Weeknd’s tour drew large crowds, received positive reviews, and ran mainly well, there were certain issues that the artist had to deal with. The initial Toronto date was supposed to be the first stop on the tour, but it was shifted to the end. That all changed on September 3rd, at the second Los Angeles show. His voice gave up early in the set, and the show had to be rescheduled (the new date is still pending).

“My voice went out during the first song,” the Save Your Tears singer later tweeted. “I felt it leave, and my heart sank.”We’re going to stay up all night. They’ll have to remove me from the stage tonight.”While the Weeknd’s tour drew large crowds, received positive reviews, and ran mainly well, there were certain issues that the artist had to deal with. The initial Toronto date was supposed to be the first stop on the tour, but it was shifted to the end.

That all changed on September 3rd, at the second Los Angeles show. His voice gave up early in the set, and the show had to be rescheduled (the new date is still pending).”My voice went out during the first song,” the Save Your Tears singer later tweeted. “I felt it leave, and my heart sank.”However, the singer confirmed two days later that his “voice is safe.””Doctor says my voice is safe, and with rest, I’ll be strong and ready to offer the show my TORONTO fans expect.”