Kanye West Announces Dates for the Saint Pablo Tour - see full live dates
Kanye West Announces Dates for the Saint Pablo Tour - see full live dates

Kanye West Announces Dates for the Saint Pablo Tour – see full live dates

Kanye West has announced a two-month tour of North America in support of his latest album The Life of Pablo.

After a somewhat challenging release period in which experts estimate that West lost millions in sales due to the botched rollout, The Life of Pablo went to garner largely positive reviews. Nonetheless, West has had few opportunities to perform the album live since its release earlier this year, but the tour is set to correct the record.

American Express users will have access to an exclusive presale beginning at 10 a.m. today and TIDAL users will gain entry at 10 a.m. Thursday. The general public will finally be able to purchase tickets to the shows that begin in Indianapolis on Saturday, June 18 on livenation.com.

Tickets will undoubtedly go quickly, as they have for his select few shows since returning from the Yeezus tour nearly three years ago. The ticket bots will likely rev into gear, and Tidal may even experience another surge of subscribers. Many have called The Life of Pablo a masterpiece, and now West is taking it live.

See West’s tour dates in full below.

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)


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