Second night of Kanye West's Yeezus tour is postponed

No explanation has been given for the show's cancellation

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The second night of Kanye West's Yeezus tour was postponed yesterday (October 20).

The rapper was supposed to be performing at Vancouver's Rogers Arena (October 20), but the arena tweeted that the show had been postponed and would instead be taking place on October 31, reports Complex. No explanation for the show's last minute change has yet been issued. The Yeezus tour's second date will be on Tuesday, October 22, in the San Jose SAP Center.

West's Yeezus tour begain in Seattle, Washington on October 19. The stage at the 17,500-capacity Key Arena was partly covered by a giant mountain from which West delivered several raps. At one point, West was joined onstage by a Jesus Christ lookalike, and for several tracks he was accompanied by a troupe of backing dancers. West's first solo tour in five years, it runs until December 7, taking in 30 dates across North America.

The opening night's setlist included:

'On Sight'
'New Slaves'
'Send It Up'
'Mercy'
'Power'
'Cold'
'Black Skinhead'
'I Don't Like'
'I Am A God'
'Can't Tell Me Nothing'
'Coldest Winter'
'Hold My Liquor'
'I'm In It'
'Drunk And Hot Girls'
'Guilt Trip'
'Heartless'
'Blood On The Leaves'
'I Wonder'
'Runaway'
'Hey Mama' (Instrumental)
'Street Lights'
'Lost In The World'
'Heard 'Em Say'
'Stronger'
'Through The Wire'
'Jesus Walks'
'Flashing Lights'
'All Of The Lights'
'Bound 2'


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