Everything you need to know about Kanye West’s ‘Saint Pablo’ tour

Everything you need to know about Kanye West’s ‘Saint Pablo’ tour

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Kanye West has finally announced his long-awaited tour, Saint Pablo, following the Feb. 13 release of his album The Life of Pablo.

The two-month tour will kick off in Indianapolis in August and close in October with a performance in Las Vegas. Kanye will be joined in concert by up-and-coming rapper Desiigner. 

American Express cardholders will be able to purchase presale tickets on Tuesday, June 14 and that exclusive sale will close on Friday. Tidal members will also have a chance of presale tickets on Thursday, June 16. General tickets will go live on Saturday, June 18 on Live Nation.

Kanye gave fans high expectations for the upcoming tour in an interview last month on Steve Harvey’s morning radio show. “My tour game is strong. My tour game is unprecedented,” he said. “We’re working on the ideas now. I’m trying to inspire these kids the way Disney inspired me, the way I saw the original ‘Star Wars.’” 

Find the dates and locations for the Saint Pablo tour below: 

Aug. 25: Indianapolis – Bankers Life Fieldhouse

Aug. 27: Buffalo, New York – First Niagara Center

Aug. 30: Toronto – Air Canada Centre

Sept. 2: Montreal – Bell Centre

Sept. 3: Boston – TD Garden

Sept. 5: New York – Madison Square Garden

Sept. 6: New York – Madison Square Garden

Sept. 8: Washington, D.C. – Verizon Center

Sept. 12: Atlanta – Philips Arena

Sept. 14: Tampa, Fla. – Amalie Arena

Sept. 16: Miami – American Airlines Arena

Sept. 20: Houston – Toyota Center

Sept. 21: Austin, Texas – Frank Erwin Center

Sept. 22: Dallas – American Airlines Center

Sept. 24: Nashville, Tennessee – Bridgestone Arena

Sept. 25: Columbus, Ohio – Schottenstein Center

Sept. 28: Detroit – Joe Louis Arena

Sept. 30: University Park, Pennsylvania – Bryce Jordan Center

Oct. 1: Cleveland – Quicken Loans Arena

Oct. 4: Philadelphia – Wells Fargo Center

Oct. 6: Detroit – Palace of Auburn Hills

Oct. 7: Chicago – United Center

Oct. 8: Chicago – Allstate Arena

Oct. 10: Minneapolis – Xcel Energy Center

Oct. 12: Winnipeg, Manitoba – MTS Centre

Oct. 15: Edmonton, Alberta – Rogers Place

Oct. 17: Vancouver – Rogers Arena

Oct. 19: Seattle – KeyArena

Oct. 22: Oakland, California – Oracle Arena

Oct. 25: Los Angeles – The Forum

Oct. 26: Los Angeles – The Forum

Oct. 29: Las Vegas– T-Mobile Arena

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