Kanye West announces Saint Pablo tour of North America, plans TD Garden party


Kanye West is coming to town. And your friend’s town. And your parents’ town. And your old BFF from college’s town.

The rapper this morning unveiled his 2016 Saint Pablo tour via Tidal, and it’s a wave of dates: 32 in total, kicking off August 25 in Indianapolis, and wrapping October 29 in Las Vegas.

For local purposes, take note: West plays Boston’s TD Garden on Saturday, September 3. It’s the fifth date of the tour.


West’s Saint Pablo tour is his first extended series of dates since 2014, and promotes recent album The Life of Pablo. West was supposed to appear at Governors Ball earlier this month, but his day, Sunday, was rained out.

Tickets go on sale Saturday, June 18 via Live Nation outlets. Here’s additional pre-sale and TIDAL ticket info for the tour: American Express Card Members can purchase tickets before the general public beginning Tuesday, June 14 at 10 a.m. through Friday, June 17 at 10 p.m. Continuing its commitment to bring fans closer to their favorite artists, TIDAL members will have access to a special pre-sale beginning on Thursday, June 16 at 10 a.m. local time (Montreal presale begins at noon). Members can find details for purchasing tickets by logging in to their TIDAL accounts via web browser, desktop app or mobile app.

August 25: Indianapolis, IN Bankers Life Fieldhouse
August 27: Buffalo, NY First Niagara Center
August 30: Toronto, ON Air Canada Centre
September 02: Montreal, QC Bell Centre
September 03: Boston, MA TD Garden
September 05: New York, NY Madison Square Garden
September 06: New York, NY Madison Square Garden
September 08: Washington, DC Verizon Center
September 12: Atlanta, GA Philips Arena
September 14: Tampa, FL Amalie Arena
September 16: Miami, FL American Airlines Arena
September 20: Houston, TX Toyota Center
September 21: Austin, TX Frank Erwin Center
September 22: Dallas, TX American Airlines Center
September 24: Nashville, TN Bridgestone Arena
September 25: Columbus, OH Schottenstein Center
September 28: Detroit, MI Joe Louis Arena
September 30: University Park, PA Bryce Jordan Center
October 01: Cleveland, OH Quicken Loans Arena
October 04: Philadelphia, PA Wells Fargo Center
October 06: Detroit, MI Palace of Auburn Hills
October 07: Chicago, IL United Center
October 08: Chicago, IL Allstate Arena
October 10: Minneapolis, MN Xcel Energy Center
October 12: Winnipeg, MB MTS Centre
October 15: Edmonton, AB Rogers Place
October 17: Vancouver, BC Rogers Arena
October 19: Seattle, WA KeyArena
October 22: Oakland, CA Oracle Arena
October 25: Los Angeles, CA Forum
October 26: Los Angeles, CA Forum
October 29: Las Vegas, NV T-Mobile Arena