The Weeknd brought treats, not tricks, at his pre-Halloween concert in New York on Saturday (Oct. 27). The sold-out concert at the Paradise Theater in the Bronx was filled with fans eagerly awaiting this year's most exciting R&B star.

According to MTV News, Abel Tesfaye kicked his show off at 9:30 PM with the ballad 'Lonely Star,' one of the songs from his three previously-released mixtapes, which have been repackaged for his upcoming compilation 'Triliogy.' Sadly, Weeknd didn't perform any of the new songs that are featured on the album -- ‘Twenty Eight,’ ‘Valerie’ and ‘Till Dawn (Here Comes the Sun).'

Nevertheless, the crooner performed his emotional songs like 'What You Need,' 'The Party & The After Party,' 'The Zone' and 'Wicked Games.' The show got really turned up when Tesfaye, backed by a full band and backup singers, performed a rendition of Drake's 'Crew Love' as the crowd sung along.

For an encore, the Weeknd treated fans to 'Outside' another fan-favorite track from his celebrated mixtape series. Overall, audiences in the Boogie Down Bronx had a great weekend thanks to the man of the hour -- the Weeknd.

Watch the Weeknd Perform 'Lonely Star' Live in New York

Watch the Weeknd Perform 'Crew Love' Live in New York

The Weeknd Performs 'Wicked Games' Live in New York