Kanye West brings “Jesus Is King: A Kanye West Experience” to Detroit
Kanye West’s Jesus Is King album didn’t arrive on schedule, but despite the delay in the September 27th release date, he Camren to Detroit to give the city the Ye’ experience with his choir at the Aretha Franklin Amphitheatre early this afternoon.
The rapper will also be releasing something today, but it’s currently not clear what. A spokesperson for Detroit’s Fox Theatre confirmed reports that Kanye West will be holding an event tonight at 8pm at the venue.
According to the event listing on Ticketmaster is admission free, but the ticketing giant is the only way to receive a mobile-only ticket — it’s said to be the premiere of Jesus Is King: A Kanye West Experience.
According to staff, they currently only has “vague details” about what the show entails, but it appears to be a “movie thing,” says a rep for the theatre. The show was also not booked prior to Friday.
“We just found out about it, actually,” the spokesperson told Rolling Stone. “We usually don’t [book any events day-of], but it’s Kanye West, he can get away with anything.”
As also reported by Rolling Stone, The event will also be managed by Yondr, the San Francisco company designed to make live events phone-free. Yondr pouches will lock attendees’ phones for the duration of the show, ostensibly to prevent leaks from inside the venue.
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