Revellers looking forward to seeing superstar The Weeknd perform in Wembley Stadium have been warned of train disruptions to prevent overcrowding.

Marking the end of summer shows for the stadium, The Weeknd's show is part of his After Hours Till Dawn worldwide tour, a month after performing back-to-back shows at the London Stadium, Stratford, in July.

However attendees travelling to Wembley Stadium could have difficulty getting to the show today (August 18) due to crowd management protocols.

Southern Rail has said trains will not be stopping at Wembley Central station from 3pm to “remove the risk of severe overcrowding caused by a nearby major event”.

The railway says that it will be unable to offer ticket acceptance on alternative transport operators.

“This is due to the pressure on their services on the local area,” Southern Rail said.

Brent & Kilburn Times: The Weeknd at London Stadium in JulyThe Weeknd at London Stadium in July (Image: Joseph Reaidi)

Anyone wishing to access Wembley Park station, which is closer to the stadium, have been advised to only use the Jubilee and Metropolitan line to get there, as there is no service on the Bakerloo, London Overground and Chiltern Railway.

Gates for The Weeknd open for 5pm, and he will be joined with special guests including hip hop producer Mike Dean and rapper and DJ Kaytranada.

Although not confirmed, based on previous shows on his tour, The Weeknd's expected set times are for support acts to start at 6.30pm.

The 'Save Your Tears' singer is then set to take to the stage at 8.30pm with an end time of 10.55pm.