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Kanye West invites you to worship him on the Saint Pablo tour

(Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images)
(Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images)

If you’ve been keeping up with Kanye West, then you know that one of the best ways to do so is via Kim Kardashian West’s Twitter account (though Tidal is a decent alternative). Just yesterday, the reality TV star replied to a fan’s tweeted inquiry about when we could expect her platinum-selling husband to hit the road in support of The Life Of Pablo by telling them that the announcement would be coming today.


The Wests have kept true to her word and rolled out the dates via Tidal (aw, good for them) for the Saint Pablo tour, which will take place in amphitheaters, arenas, stadiums, and fieldhouses all over North America, but not, as you might think, in any churches. That’s presumably because the gospel of Kanye would destroy any stained glass or wipe clean any frescoes in the area. If you’re brave/devout enough to hear the word of God—er, Kanye—the dates are listed below.

The Saint Pablo Tour Dates

August 25—Bankers Life Fieldhouse–Indianapolis, IN
August 27—First Niagara Center—Buffalo, NY
August 30—Air Canada Centre—Toronto, Ontario
September 2—Bell Centre—Montreal, Quebec
September 3—TD Garden—Boston, MA
September 5-7—Madison Square Garden—New York, NY
September 8—Verizon Center—Washington, D.C.
September 12—Philips Arena—Atlanta, GA
September 14—Amalie Arena—Tampa, FL
September 16—American Airlines Arena—Miami, FL
September 20—Toyota Center—Houston, TX
September 21—Frank Erwin Center—Austin, TX
September 22—American Airlines Center—Dallas, TX
September 24—Bridgestone Arena—Nashville, TN
September 25—Schottenstein Center—Columbus, OH
September 28—Joe Louis Arena—Detroit, MI
September 30—Bryce Jordan Center—University Park, PA
October 1—Quicken Loans Arena—Cleveland, OH
October 4—Wells Fargo Center—Philadelphia, PA
October 6—Palace of Auburn Hills—Detroit, MI
October 7—United Center—Chicago, IL
October 8—Allstate Arena—Chicago, IL
October 10—Xcel Energy Center—Minneapolis, MN
October 12—MTS Centre—Winnipeg, Manitoba
October 15—Rogers Place—Edmonton, Alberta
October 17—Rogers Arena—Vancouver, British Columbia
October 19—KeyArena—Seattle, WA
October 22—Oracle Arena—Oakland, CA
October 25-26—Forum—Los Angeles, CA
October 29—T-Mobile Arena—Las Vegas, NV

[via Complex]