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Kanye West announces 'Saint Pablo' tour for fall

The tour will promote the rapper's seventh studio album, "The Life of Pablo."

By Annie Martin
Kanye West announces 'Saint Pablo' tour for fall
Kanye West (R) and Kim Kardashian at the Costume Institute Benefit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 2. The rapper will kick off a new tour in August. File Photo by John Angelillo/UPI | License Photo

LOS ANGELES, June 14 (UPI) -- Kanye West is gearing up for a new, North American tour.

The 39-year-old rapper will promote his album The Life of Pablo on the Saint Pablo tour in late summer/fall. West announced the news and 32 tour dates on his website Tuesday.

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The "Famous" rapper will kick off the venture Aug. 25 in Indianapolis, Ind., and bring the tour to a close Oct. 29 in Las Vegas, Nev. General presale begins Saturday, June 18 on the Live Nation website.

"We're just working on some ideas right now," he said of the tour on The Steve Harvey Morning Show last month. "My tour game is strong ... I'm literally trying to inspire these kids the way [Lucasfilm] inspired me when I first saw the original Star Wars."

West released The Life of Pablo in February and followed up with an updated version in April. The album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and includes the singles "Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1" and "Pt. 2."

Saint Pablo tour dates:

Aug. 25: Indianapolis, Ind. - Bankers Life Fieldhouse

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Aug. 27: Buffalo, N.Y. - First Niagara Center

Aug. 30: Toronto, Ontario - Air Canada Centre

Sept. 2: Montreal, Quebec - Bell Centre

Sept. 3: Boston, Mass. - TD Garden

Sept. 5 & 6: New York, N.Y. - Madison Square Garden

Sept. 8: Washington, D.C. - Verizon Center

Sept. 12: Atlanta, Ga. - Philips Arena

Sept. 14: Tampa, Fla. - Amalie Arena

Sept. 16: Miami, Fla. - American Airlines Arena

Sept. 20: Houston, Texas - Toyota Center

Sept. 21: Austin, Texas - Frank Erwin Center

Sept. 22: Dallas, Texas - American Airlines Center

Sept. 24: Nashville, Tenn. - Bridgestone Arena

Sept. 25: Columbus, Ohio - Schottenstein Center

Sept. 28: Detroit, Mich. - Joe Louis Arena

Sept. 30: University Park, Pa. - Bryce Jordan Center

Oct. 1: Cleveland, Ohio - Quicken Loans Arena

Oct. 4: Philadelphia, Pa. - Wells Fargo Center

Oct. 6: Detroit, Mich. - Palace of Auburn Hills

Oct. 7: Chicago, Ill. - United Center

Oct. 8: Chicago, Ill. - Allstate Arena

Oct. 10: Minneapolis, Minn. - Xcel Energy Center

Oct. 12: Winnipeg, Manitoba - MTS Centre

Oct. 15: Edmonton, Alberta - Rogers Place

Oct. 17: Vancouver, B.C. - Rogers Arena

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Oct. 19: Seattle, Wash. - Key Arena

Oct. 22: Oakland, Calif. - Oracle Arena

Oct. 25 & 26: Los Angeles, Calif. - Forum

Oct. 29: Las Vegas, Nev. - T-Mobile Arena

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