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Now kicking off on January 14, 2022, with two shows in Vancouver, British Columbia, the will run through May 1 in Washington. In addition to fulfilling all of the previously postponed dates, including a three-night stint at Los Angeles’ Staples Center, he has announced nearly a dozen new dates, including a stop at the in-construction UBS Arena in Elmont, N.Y. — marking the first at the new center.  

Previously purchased tickets for the original dates will be valid at their rescheduled show, with new tickets going on sale Monday, February 8, a day after The ’s halftime performance show.  

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The Weeknd — real name Abel Tesfaye — is sparing no expense as he is preparing for his Super Bowl LV gig. Page Six reported that the “Starboy” crooner dropped a whopping $100,000 on a $9.1 million six-bedroom mansion on nearby Davis Island for his stay while he is in Florida. The 6,000-square-foot abode features a pool, stunning views and a private dock.  

The “Blinding Lights” singer is so dedicated to making sure his performance is a hit that he has spent millions out of pocket to make sure it’s done right. “Abel spent almost $7 million of his own money beyond the already generous budgets to make this halftime show be what he envisioned,” his publicist spilled. 

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Each meal was prepared by Mama’s Southern Soul Food, a popular Black-owned restaurant in Bay. “It’s the first day of #BlackHistoryMonth and we’re kicking it off with @theweeknd and a surprise in Tampa Bay,” the official Twitter account for Postmates wrote on Monday

The Super Bowl airs Sunday, February 7, on CBS at 3:30 p.m. ET.