Ever since Kanye West's eighth studio album, The Life of Pablo, dropped on Valentine's Day earlier this year, fans have been quick to declare their love for the feature-heavy project. How did they prove said devotion? By standing in line for his pop-up shops for hours, buying tickets to his sold-out Saint Pablo tour, and helping his single "Father Stretch My Hands" get to No. 1 on Urban Radio (his first since 2012's hit, "Mercy").
To give back to the die-hard Yeezy community, the "Fade" rapper has announced that he will be adding even more tour dates to his current Saint Pablo tour, which was originally supposed to wrap on October 29 in Las Vegas. Announced yesterday, the second leg will kick off on November 17 in San Jose, CA, before making its way across North America for a final stop in Brooklyn at the Barclays Center on New Year's Eve.
This is great news for fans in cities that the first leg didn't stop in like Fresno and Ft. Lauderdale, but also awesome for NYC residents who didn't snag tickets to one of his sold-out MSG shows or who only caught part of his short Meadows Music & Arts Festival set.
Tickets for the 23 new dates go on sale Saturday, October 22 on Livenation.com. Make sure to mark it down on your calendar, and to track Kanye West on Bandsintown so you don't miss any updates.