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Kanye West, Concert

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UPDATE: Due to demand, West announced five new additional dates for his upcoming North American tour. They are included in the list below. 

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Kanye West is bringing his music to you in person.

For the first time in three years, the Grammy winner is getting back on the road in honor of his seventh studio album, The Life of Pablo. The concerts will kick off in Indianapolis on August 25 and run through North America, covering major cities like Boston, Atlanta, Miami and New York City, before finishing in Las Vegas on October 29, as announced by TIDAL. 

"You know my tour game is strong," he told Steve Harvey while calling into his radio show in May. "My tour game is unprecedented."

For anyone who likes the sound of that, tickets will go on sale for American Express cardholders first on Tuesday at 10 a.m. through June 17 at 10 p.m. TIDAL members will be able to buy tickets during a resale on June 16 at 10 a.m. local time. Sales will open to the general public on June 18 on Live Nation's website. 

His previous tour, The Yeezus Tour, ultimately became the second highest grossing leg of a tour in its year with over $25 million earned, losing the top spot to Paul McCartney's Out There tour. 

Here are West's North American tour dates for 2016:

Aug. 25           Indianapolis, IN         Bankers Life Fieldhouse

Aug. 27           Buffalo, NY                First Niagara Center

Aug. 30           Toronto, ON               Air Canada Centre

Aug. 31           Toronto, ON               Air Canada Centre

Sept. 2            Montreal, QC             Bell Centre

Sept. 3            Boston, MA                TD Garden

Sept. 5            New York, NY             Madison Square Garden

Sept. 6            New York, NY             Madison Square Garden

Sept. 8            Washington, DC         Verizon Center

Sept. 12          Atlanta, GA               Philips Arena

Sept. 14          Tampa, FL                 Amalie Arena

Sept. 16          Miami, FL                  AmericanAirlines Arena

Sept. 20          Houston, TX              Toyota Center

Sept. 21          Austin, TX                 Frank Erwin Center

Sept. 22          Dallas, TX                 American Airlines Center

Sept. 24          Nashville, TN             Bridgestone Arena

Sept. 25          Columbus, OH           Schottenstein Center

Sept. 27          Grand Rapids, MI       Van Andel Arena

Sept. 28          Detroit, MI                Joe Louis Arena

Sept. 30          University Park, PA    Bryce Jordan Center

Oct. 1             Cleveland, OH           Quicken Loans Arena

Oct. 4             Philadelphia, PA         Wells Fargo Center

Oct. 6             Detroit, MI                Palace of Auburn Hills

Oct. 7             Chicago, IL                United Center

Oct. 8             Chicago, IL                Allstate Arena

Oct. 10           Minneapolis, MN         Xcel Energy Center

Oct. 12           Winnipeg, MB            MTS Centre

Oct. 15           Edmonton, AB           Rogers Place

Oct. 17           Vancouver, BC           Rogers Arena

Oct. 19           Seattle, WA               Key Arena

Oct. 22           Oakland, CA              Oracle Arena

Oct. 23           Oakland, CA              Oracle Arena

Oct. 25           Los Angeles, CA         Forum

Oct. 26           Los Angeles, CA         Forum

Oct. 27           Los Angeles, CA         Forum

Oct. 29           Las Vegas, NV            T-Mobile Arena