On the 23 date run, West will be heading back to some familiar territory that he covered the first time around, like Atlanta on December 8th and Houston on December 2nd. He’ll also be venturing into some new venues, too, like when he concludes the second leg in New York at the Barclays Center on New Year’s Eve, which kind of sounds like the greatest party ever.
In addition to the newly schedule dates, West is also going to reschedule some of the shows that took place in Philadelphia and Detroit – he initially postponed earlier this month following the news that his wife, Kim Kardashian, was robbed at gunpoint in Paris.
Given that there’s such a short gap between the conclusion of the first leg and the start of the second, there probably won’t be too much of a difference between them as far as what the shows will be like. But then again, it’s Kanye West, and if anyone can pull something new, exciting, and unexpected out of nowhere, it’s him.