Saint Pablo Tour
(Update 10/18): Just when it looked like that may be it for Kanye West in 2016, the star announced a second leg that will keep him busy through New Year's Eve. Among the cities on tap during the closing months of the year are Dallas, Orlando, Atlanta, Toronto, Boston, and Brooklyn, just to name a few. The Barclays Center will have the honor of hosting the final two Kanye West concerts of 2016 on Dec. 30 and 31. Check out a video from the tour's first leg below.
The formidable Kanye West has finally confirmed details of his long-awaited Saint Pablo Tour. The North American trek will cover more than 30 cities over two months this fall. Included among those dates are two stops around his hometown of Chicago this October: one at the city’s United Center and another in the nearby Allstate Arena.
Check out the full schedule of Kanye West tour dates at the bottom of the page.
Latest Tour to Support “The Life of Pablo,” New Mixtape “Cruel Winter” Expected Soon
Earlier this year, West released his seventh studio album, “The Life of Pablo,” as his first digital-only album. The release was also his first full-length effort since 2013’s GRAMMY-nominated “Yeezus,” and fans were instantly in love with new hits like “Ultra Light Beam” and “Famous.”
In other Kanye-related news, the star recently released the song “Champions,” the debut single off GOOD Music’s forthcoming mixtape “Cruel Winter.” The compilation album will be the follow-up to GOOD Music’s 2012 release, “Cruel Summer,” which was one of the most critically acclaimed hip-hop records of that year.
Kanye West Tour
Aug. 25 - Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, Ind.
Aug. 27 - First Niagara Center, Buffalo, N.Y.
Aug. 30-31 - Air Canada Centre, Toronto, Ontario
Sept. 2 - Bell Centre, Montreal, Quebec
Sept. 3 - TD Garden, Boston, Mass.
Sept. 5-6 - Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y.
Sept. 8 - Verizon Center, Washington, D.C.
Sept. 12 - Philips Arena, Atlanta, Ga.
Sept. 14 - Amalie Arena, Tampa, Fla.
Sept. 16-17 - American Airlines Arena, Miami, Fla.
Sept. 20 - Toyota Center, Houston, Texas
Sept. 21 - Frank Erwin Center, Austin, Texas
Sept. 22 - American Airlines Center, Dallas, Texas
Sept. 24 - Bridgestone Arena, Nashville, Tenn.
Sept. 25 - Schottenstein Center, Columbus, Ohio
Sept. 27 - Van Andel Arena, Grand Rapids, Mich.
Sept. 28 - Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, Mich.
Sept. 30 - Bryce Jordan Center, University Park, Pa.
Oct. 1 - Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, Ohio
Oct. 7 - United Center, Chicago, Ill.
Oct. 8 - Allstate Arena, Rosemont, Ill.
Oct. 10 - Xcel Energy Center, Minneapolis, Minn.
Oct. 12 - MTS Centre, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Oct. 15 - Rogers Place, Edmonton, Alberta
Oct. 17 - Rogers Arena, Vancouver, B.C.
Oct. 19 - KeyArena, Seattle, Wash.
Oct. 22-23 - Oracle Arena, Oakland, Calif.
Oct. 25-27 - L.A. Forum, Inglewood, Calif.
Oct. 29 - T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, Nev.
Nov. 1-2 - L.A. Forum, Inglewood, Calif.
Nov. 17 - SAP Center, San Jose, Calif.
Nov. 19 - Golden 1 Center, Sacramento, Calif.
Nov. 22 - SaveMart Center, Fresno, Calif.
Nov. 23 - Honda Center, Anaheim, Calif.
Nov. 26 - American Airlines Center, Dallas, Texas
Nov. 28 - Pepsi Center, Denver, Colo.
Dec. 1 - AT&T Center, San Antonio, Texas
Dec. 2 - Toyota Center, Houston, Texas
Dec. 4 - BB&T Center, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Dec. 6 - Amway Center, Orlando, Fla.
Dec. 8 - Philips Arena, Atlanta, Ga.
Dec. 9 - Colonial Life Arena, Columbia, S.C.
Dec. 11 - Times Union Center, Albany, N.Y.
Dec. 13, 15 - Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, Pa.
Dec. 16 - Prudential Center, Newark, N.J.
Dec. 18 - Air Canada Centre, Toronto, Ontario
Dec. 20 - KFC Yum! Center, Louisville, Ky.
Dec. 22 - Palace of Auburn Hills, Detroit, Mich.
Dec. 27 - Verizon Center, Washington, D.C.
Dec. 28 - TD Garden, Boston, Mass.
Dec. 30-31 - Barclays Center, Brooklyn, N.Y.