Posted by , Nov 20, 2016 at 11:28pm
The "Saint Pablo" tour has been experiencing a rocky run in California. After he ended early in Sacramento last night, Kanye cancelled tonight's L.A. show a few hours before it was set to begin.

After Kanye West stopped his show last night (Nov 19) in Sacramento after just three songs (and another heated rant), he has cancelled tonight's "Saint Pablo" show in L.A. The scheduled performance at The Forum was supposed to be a makeup show for a "Saint Pablo" concert at the same venue that was cut short earlier this month after Kanye's voice gave out.

Tonight's concert was supposed to begin at 8PM, and Ticketmaster announced the cancellation at around 5PM, reports Variety. The ticketing service has already promised full refunds for concertgoers who witnessed Ye's dramatic early exit last night in Sacramento. On Thursday (Nov. 17), Kanye was able to complete a "Saint Pablo" show in San Jose, the date before Sacramento, though it turned out to be one of his most controversial live spectacles yet, as he ranted about his admiration for president-elect Donald Trump throughout the night. 

The "Saint Pablo" tour runs through the end of the year, finishing with a New Year's Eve show in Brooklyn. Check out dates here, though don't assume to get your money's worth in live music. 

Kanye West Cancels Another "Saint Pablo" Show In L.A.

The "Saint Pablo" tour has been experiencing a rocky run in California. After he ended early in Sacramento last night, Kanye cancelled tonight's L.A. show a few hours before it was set to begin.


After Kanye West stopped his show last night (Nov 19) in Sacramento after just three songs (and another heated rant), he has cancelled tonight's "Saint Pablo" show in L.A. The scheduled performance at The Forum was supposed to be a makeup show for a "Saint Pablo" concert at the same venue that was cut short earlier this month after Kanye's voice gave out.

Tonight's concert was supposed to begin at 8PM, and Ticketmaster announced the cancellation at around 5PM, reports Variety. The ticketing service has already promised full refunds for concertgoers who witnessed Ye's dramatic early exit last night in Sacramento. On Thursday (Nov. 17), Kanye was able to complete a "Saint Pablo" show in San Jose, the date before Sacramento, though it turned out to be one of his most controversial live spectacles yet, as he ranted about his admiration for president-elect Donald Trump throughout the night. 

The "Saint Pablo" tour runs through the end of the year, finishing with a New Year's Eve show in Brooklyn. Check out dates here, though don't assume to get your money's worth in live music. 

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