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The Weeknd: Live at SoFi Stadium debuts on HBO Max on Saturday (Feb. 25). The concert special was taped at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles during the first U.S. leg of the Canadian singer’s After Hours ‘Til Dawn tour last year.
The concert special features the Grammy-winning singer performing a 95-minute set of hits from After Hours and Dawn FM in front of a sold-out crowd. The Weekend: Live at SoFi Stadium will mark the end of the Dawn FM era. “HBO concert will be the last piece of Dawn FM. I can see the horizon,” the Grammy winner tweeted on Feb. 18.
How to Watch The Weeknd’s Concert Special for free on HBO Max
The Weeknd: Live at SoFi Stadium debuts on HBO Max on Saturday, Feb. 25, at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT. If you’re not subscribed, you may be able to get HBO Max for free through a third party like DirecTV Stream, AT&T or Cricket Wireless.
But first, here’s a short breakdown of HBO Max. The service is $9.99/month to stream with commercials and $14.99 for ad-free streaming. HBO Max also has annual plans, starting at $99.99 per year.
Although HBO Max doesn’t offer free trials, the streamer provides free episodes, and viewers who already have HBO in their cable or streaming package get free HBO Max (click here for more details). You can also stream HBO Max from outside of the U.S. with ExpressVPN.
Another way to land a free trial: Prime Video. Amazon Prime members can add HBO Max to Prime Video and stream for free for the first week (the service will cost $15.99/month after the free trial ends).
The Last of Us, House of the Dragon, Succession, Euphoria, The White Lotus, And Just Like That, Hacks, Selena + Chef and The Sex Lives of College Girls are some of the must-watch shows streaming on HBO Max. The streamer also has a wide selection of movies including Elvis, The Menu and music documentaries such as Love, Lizzo, Tina, Dionne Warwick: Don’t Make Me Over and Woodstock 99: Peace, Love, and Rage.
Watch the official trailer for The Weeknd: Live at SoFi Stadium below.