Kanye West Tour – 2014 Yeezus Tour
1/15/14 - Yeezus is resurrected! For those of you who missed out, Kanye West has extended his highly lauded Yeezus tour for nine additional dates, primarily hitting the northeast. He’ll be back on the road Feb 13 in University Park, PA, before trekking to Newark, Montreal, Hamilton, Albany, Uncasville, Atlantic City before his last show in Uniondale on Feb 23. Hey lovebirds, Kanye is set to perform at the Baltimore Arena on Valentines Day, why not hear love song “Bound 2” with your boo? You know Kim's going to be there! Los Angeles-based rapper Kendrick Lamar accompanied West on the first leg of his tour, but will not be on the bill next month. The cheapest night is in Newark (Feb 15) starting at $61, followed by his first night back (2/13) for $67; the most expensive options for each night are the VIP General Admission tickets, offered at $588.
11/6/13 - Kanye is back on track! His Yeezus tour will resume on 11/16 in Philadelphia. Originally scheduled for 11/1, West's show at the Honda Center in Anaheim has been rescheduled for 12/13. Other rescheduled Kanye West concerts include: hometown Chicago (12/17, 12/18), Detroit (12/19), and Toronto (12/22, 12/23). Shows in Vancouver, Denver, Columbus, Ohio, Montreal, Minneapolis, and St. Louis have been canceled
11/1/13 - West has postponed multiple Yeezus tour dates after a freight truck carrying the rapper's custom-made video truss and 60-foot circular LED screen used during the shows, was totaled. Kanye said he will not compromise on bringing the show, as it was originally envisioned and designed, to his fans. Thus, Vancouver, Denver, and Minneapolis dates have been postponed. Other affected tour dates will be announced shortly according to a statement and the Yeezus tour will not resume until the equipment damaged, is rebuilt.
9/24/13 - Kanye, who in a recent interview claimed to be the "No. 1 Rock Star on the Planet," added two shows to his tour schedule: Honda Center in Anaheim (11/1) and Nationwide Arena in Columbus (11/8).
9/17/13 - Over the last five years, Kanye West has become one of the most eccentric and polarizing figures in music and popular culture. From his VMA incident with Taylor Swift, to his Watch the Throne collaboration with Jay Z, to his relationship with Kim Kardashian, Kanye always manages to make headlines. Now, for the first time since 2008, he is set to embark on a solo headlining tour. The Yeezus Tour supports Kanye's album of the same name, which features the top two singles "Black Skinhead" and "Bound 2". Opening for Kanye on the Yeezus tour is rising star Kendrick Lamar, whose Good Kid, M.A.A.D. City was one of the most acclaimed albums of 2012. With his recent controversial verse on Big Sean’s “Control”, Kendrick has cemented himself as a hip-hop mainstay and will not be spending much more time as an opening act.
The average price for Kanye West tickets to the Yeezus Tour is $194. The tour opens on 10/19 with a show at the Key Arena in Seattle, averaging $176. The most expensive show comes on 10/26 at the Staples Center; Kanye West Los Angeles tickets are averaging $426. With an average of $128, the 11/3 show at the Pepsi Center in Denver is the least expensive show. Early ticket sales have prompted the announcement of additional shows in Los Angeles, Toronto, Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Kanye’s hometown of Chicago. Kanye West New York tickets at MSG are $57 more expensive than the average price at Barclays. The tour conclusion at the American Airlines Center in Dallas on 12/6 is averaging $313.