Report: Kanye West has cancelled the remainder of his Saint Pablo tour


It’s been a rough few days for Kanye West. Now it looks like he might be headed for an early vacation.

After experiencing boos in San Jose for proclaiming his support for president-elect Trump, abruptly ending his show in Sacramento after a few songs and a extended rant, and then canceling last night’s show in Los Angeles, the remainder of his Saint Pablo tour may be in jeopardy.

That includes a December 28 show at TD Garden in Boston.


Late last night, Los Angeles Times reporter Gerrick D. Kennedy tweeted that Kanye “informed his crew that remaining dates of U.S. Saint Pablo Tour are nixed.”

UPDATE: All shows have been cancelled. Writes Live Nation: “The remaining dates on the SAINT PABLO TOUR have been cancelled. Tickets will be fully refunded at point of purchase.”

Nothing has been confirmed by Kanye himself, and as UPROXX notes, none of the dates have been listed as cancelled by Ticketmaster.


So stay tuned.

Kanye has more than 20 dates remaining on this extended Pablo run, which features him performing on a elevated stage over the crowd. A few weeks back, we talked to a Garden stagehand about what it was like installing and operating the stage.


Kanye West Saint Pablo Tour 2016:
November 22: Fresno, Save Mart Center
November 23: Anaheim, Honda Center
November 26: Dallas, American Airlines Center
November 28: Denver, Pepsi Center
December 1: San Antonio, AT&T Center
December 2: Houston, Toyota Center
December 4: Ft Lauderdale, BB&T
December 6: Orlando, Amway Center
December 8: Atlanta, Philips Arena
December 9: Columbia, Colonial Life Arena
December 11: Albany, Times Union Center
December 13: Philadelphia, Wells Fargo
December 15: Philadelphia, Wells Fargo Center
December 16: Newark, Prudential Center
December 18: Toronto, Air Canada Centre
December 20: Louisville, KFC Yum! Center
December 22: Detroit, Palace At Auburn Hills
December 27: Washington, Verizon Center
December 28: Boston, TD Garden
December 30: Brooklyn, Barclays Center
December 31: Brooklyn, Barclays Center