Kanye West has announced details of his upcoming tour.
The rapper, who released latest album ‘The Life Of Pablo’ in February, will embark on the Saint Pablo Tour from the end of August. It will run until late October.
The tour kicks off on August 25 in Indianapolis and concludes in Las Vegas on October 29. West will also play two shows at New York’s Madison Square Garden and two hometown gigs in Chicago. The 32-date tour currently only includes North American dates.
See West’s tour dates in full below and find more details at the Tidal website.
Indianapolis, Bankers Life Fieldhouse (August 25)
Buffalo, First Niagara Center (August 27)
Toronto, Air Canada Centre (August 30)
Montreal, Bell Centre (September 2)
Boston, TD Garden (September 3)
New York, Madison Square Garden (September 5)
New York, Madison Square Garden (September 6)
Washington DC, Verizon Center (September 8)
Atlanta, Philips Arena (September 12)
Tampa, Amalie Arena (September 14)
Miami, American Airlines Arena (September 16)
Houston, Toyota Center (September 20)
Austin, Frank Erwin Center (September 21)
Dallas, American Airlines Center (September 22)
Nashville, Bridgestone Arena (September 24)
Columbus, Schottenstein Center (September 25)
Detroit, Joe Louis Arena (September 28)
University Park, Bryce Jordan Center (September 30)
Cleveland, Quicken Loans Arena (October 1)
Philadelphia, Wells Fargo Center (October 4)
Detroit, Palace of Auburn Hills (October 6)
Chicago, United Center (October 7)
Chicago, Allstate Arena (October 8)
Minneapolis, Xcel Energy Center (October 10)
Winnipeg, MTS Centre (October 12)
Edmonton, Rogers Place (October 15)
Vancouver, Rogers Arena (October 17)
Seattle, KeyArena (October 19)
Oakland, Oracle Arena (October 22)
Los Angeles, Forum (October 25)
Los Angeles, Forum (October 26)
Las Vegas, T-Mobile Arena (October 29)
Kanye West’s recent guerilla gig in New York City was cancelled earlier this month (June 6) amid scenes of chaos outside the venue.
After the final day of the city’s Governors Ball festival was cancelled due to bad weather, preventing West from delivering his headline set, the rapper organised a last-minute show at the Webster Hall venue to make amends.
West told fans his set would begin at 2am, which prompted thousands to flock to streets outside the intimate venue in the East Village. West tweeted that the Manhattan show was sold out, even though no tickets had gone on sale.
The surprise show was later shut down my police. NYC mayor Bill de Blasio has since offered to plan a block party with Kanye to benefit NYC kids in response to Kanye’s tweet.