The Weeknd Works Up a Sweat with Coachella Debut

The Weeknd

The desert got even hotter when The Weeknd made his highly-anticipated Coachella debut on Sunday. The Toronto singer, who has attracted a cult following with his trilogy of EPs, hit the Outdoor Theatre to perform seductive cuts including his cover of Michael Jackson’s “Dirty Diana” and Drake’s “Crew Love.” Sweat it out by watching his nearly-hour-long set below.

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15 Comments

  1. JustAPerson

    First! He Sounded Great. he shouldnt had that black on and that vest it looks too hott for it. and the cussing was needless much success weekend

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    CarlosBonegro Reply:

    @JustAPerson, wtf you mean cussing was needless they are his lyrics

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  2. China

    Weekend 2 here I come

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  3. mjohns

    this dude is dope as fuck.

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  4. mjohns

    this dude is dope!

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  5. taj mahal

    Not bad Mr. Toronto, good set lived up to my live expectations of him

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  6. BreezyLover

    pleeeeeeeeeeeease come to Swtizerland!
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    <3

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  7. DrakeTakeCare

    this song “the morning” is dope as ffffffffuuuu* DAMN! loved this song from the beginning!

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  8. Taylor

    great performance especially the acoustics version of Wicked Games!! From Mod Club to Coachella, can’t wait to see him again in LA <3

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  9. RealIssh

    “The Knowing” is one of the greatest songs ever !!!!!!

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  10. Replay

    Most is playback and he sounds shit live lol

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  11. Eric

    i actually thought his voice cracked ALOT during his set like i could pin point every mark where it screeched…he still was good but you can tell that he pushes it just a bit too much

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    Harmony2 Reply:

    @Eric,
    yeah…

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  12. From Tokyo

    I thought The Weekend was the name of the band and not just the one guy. :o/

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  13. whitechocolate

    that was pitchy dawg. seriously tho, he did a pretty good job.

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