The Weeknd would rather get soaked than let down his fans.
When The Weeknd says the show is happening "rain or shine," you better know that he means it. Outdoor festivals and concerts can be a little risky. You never know what the weather will be like. In my experience at Rolling Loud Miami this year, a few acts were even cancelled after the downpour got a little too extreme. Thankfully, much of the action still went down as advertised. The Weeknd is not in the business of letting fans down. If he says he's going to do a show, he'll perform whether it's pouring rain or the sun is shining bright. He proved that by braving the storm that came down during his performance in Monterrey, Mexico.
Abel uploaded a video of his concert from over the weekend, showing off just how dedicated he is to putting on a memorable show. For The Weeknd, this was just another day at work as he braved the rain, which you can see was going down hard as he performed "Pray For Me." The singer could change his clothes right after the performance was finished but he knows that, especially when performing in different markets, fans have been waiting for months to see him live. He was willing to risk getting a cold to please the thousands of concertgoers who showed out.
Take a look at the video below.