The Weeknd performing onstage

What: The Weeknd: Live at SoFi Stadium

Where to watch: HBO Max

Premiere date: Available now as of February 25, 2023

Save your tears for another day. Catch Abel Tesfaye, better known as The Weeknd, as he performs his biggest hits in this concert recorded during a tour stop at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California.

What can I expect from The Weeknd’s concert event?

In the middle of a futuristic city draped in red, The Weeknd stands in front of a crowded house in a creepy mask before disappearing behind the fake skyscrapers. Dancers draped in more red cloths take the stage for an eerie intermission before the star launches into his first track, “Gasoline,” and from there the party never stops. It’s a showcase of all the Canadian singer-songwriter’s biggest hits.

From “Party Monster” to “Blinding Lights,” The Weeknd performs a lengthy setlist of 29 songs that chronicle his career through his most recent album, Dawn FM. All this, plus an eye-popping set with choreography that reflects the singer’s evolving style over the years.

Check out the trailer below:

How can I watch The Weeknd: Live at SoFi Stadium?

The Weeknd: Live at SoFi Stadium is available to stream on HBO Max right now. It originally debuted on HBO on February 25, 2023, before being made available to stream on HBO Max. It boasts a lengthy 95-minute runtime.

What songs can you expect to hear during the concert?

The Weeknd explores a wide array of songs from his catalog. Among the tracks he performs are his biggest hits, “Can’t Feel My Face,” “Starboy,” and “Die for You.” Additional songs include:

  • “Gasoline”

  • “Sacrifice”

  • “Take My Breath”

  • “The Hills”

  • “After Hours”

  • “I Feel It Coming”

If you’ve not yet signed up for HBO Max, you can get a 30-day free trial and enjoy the entirety of the concert before The Weeknd appears in Sam Levinson’s upcoming drama The Idol. After that, plans start at $9.99 per month.