• The Weeknd said he will bring his show to Toronto soon
  • A new date for the LA show is also being worked by his team 
  • Several fans wished him well on his Instagram page

After losing his voice and canceling his Los Angeles show, The Weeknd announced his voice is "safe" and recovering well, adding he will be taking the stage soon.

"Doctor says my voice is safe and with rest I'll be solid and able to bring the show my TORONTO fans are waiting for," the 32-year-old singer whose real name is Abel Tesfaye said on his Instagram page Tuesday.

"LA date is being worked out soon. thank you SO much for all the love and understanding that's come my way. I love you all so much."

On Saturday, the "Blinding Lights" singer apologized to fans who trooped to his show at Sofi Stadium citing vocal problems. He was in the middle of his hit "Can't Feel My Face" when he suddenly walked off the stage – just 15 minutes after he started the show where he was slated to perform a 29-song set including "Sacrifice," "How Do I Make Love To Me?" and "Gasoline" before he bolted out off the stage.

Tesfaye reappeared on stage and apologized to 70,000 fans before promising a refund. His apology was shared by a concertgoer on Twitter. In it, he said, "I personally want to apologize to you guys. I don't know what just happened when I screamed, but I just lost my voice," Tesfaye explained.

"This is killing me. I don't want to stop the show. But I can't give you the concert I want to give you right now. I'm going make sure everybody's good — get your money back — but I'll do a show real soon for you guys. But I wanted to come out and personally apologize, and not tweet it or Instagram it or whatever. But I want you guys to know that I can't give you what I want to give you... I'm so sorry. I love you guys. Thank you so much."

Screams could be heard as The Weeknd made his speech while one disappointed fan said, "Oh my god! What?!"

His announcement on Tuesday was well-appreciated by fans who wished him well as they reiterated their support for him.

One gave "virtual hugs" to the singer while another wrote, "Unstoppable king."

"LOVE YOU KING WE'LL WAIT FOR YOU GET WELL SOON," another fan commented.

Aside from his "After Hours Til Dawn" tour, Tesfaye is also appearing in HBO's upcoming mini-drama series, "The Idol" which he also co-wrote with Sam Levinson and Reza Fahim.

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HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA - DECEMBER 11: The Weeknd attends the premiere of A24's "Uncut Gems" at The Dome at ArcLight Hollywood on December 11, 2019 in Hollywood, California. Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic