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"My greatest pain in life is that I will never be able to see myself perform live." -Kanye West
Grab your Kanye West tickets to see a ground-shaking performance by one of this century’s biggest names on upcoming Kanye West tour dates! See Yeezy knock down the hits from The Life of Pablo at a Kanye West concert in your area! Check out the schedule now to experience an enigmatic performance that you won't soon forget!
Kanye West Tour Schedule
Kanye West is finally back on the road for his first tour since 2014. The multiple Grammy Award winner announced The Saint Pablo Tour that will take the "College Dropout” to cities across North America including New York, Los Angeles, Montreal, and much more! Be there to hear all of Yeezy's hits off his No. 1 album, The Life of Pablo -- you don't want to miss your chance to see this electrifying performer in action. Check out Kanye West's tour schedule to see when he is performing in a city near you. Don't miss out! Buy your 2017 Kanye West concert tickets today!
About Kanye West
Kanye West is one of those rare celebrities who walks the fine line between being loved and hated. An entertainer of the highest caliber, Yeezy is the brains behind some of the biggest records of the past decade. As a fresh-faced young producer getting his start, Ye mixed Jay Z's now legendary Blueprint at Roc-A-Fella Records and tracks like "Izzo (H.O.V.A.)" which burned their way into the popular consciousness.
Kanye's first album The College Dropout featuring Jesus Walks brought Kanye into the limelight as a solo artist in his own right, moving units and selling loads of Kanye West concert tickets. Kanye took the opportunity provided by his newfound fame to indulge his more artistic leanings, collaborating with composer John Brion on his follow-up, Late Registration and the single "Gold Digger." Afterwards, there was Kanye’s release date face-off with 50 Cent over his third album Graduation which featured the single "Stronger" and blew 50 out of the water, Ye's mother’s death in 2007 and the release of his fourth album, 808s and Heartbreak and the single "Love Lockdown."
With fame came a larger podium to speak from and memorable sound bites like “George Bush doesn’t care about black people” and his meltdown at the 2006 MTV Europe Music Awards where he first stormed the stage to make controversial statements, paving the way for his 2009 outburst during Taylor Swift’s acceptance speech. Unlike most egomaniacs, Kanye’s neuroses make way for apologies--blogged, tweeted or otherwise. Two of his prolific tweets were finalists for MTV’s 2011 Tweet of the Year honors (“I hate when I'm on a flight and I wake up with a water bottle next to me like oh great now I gotta be responsible for this water bottle” and “dating models I had to learn to like small dogs and cigarettes”). Not above self-deprecation, Kanye’s Spike Jonze directed video for "We Were Once a Fairytale" depicts Kanye wasted at a nightclub getting man-slapped by Spike Jonze. Despite his shortcomings, Kanye delivers. His 2011 release My Dark Twisted Fantasy featured club bangers "Turn Out the Lights," "Power" and "Monster," and fans with Kanye West tickets to his Coachella set quite possibly witnessed one of the best hip hop sets of all time.
Yeezus Tour Setlist
"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." Encore: "Heard ‘Em Say," "Stronger," "Through the Wire," "Jesus Walks," "Flashing Lights," "All of the Lights," "Bound 2"