Pretty Damn Cool: Kanye West's 'Saint Pablo Tour' Doesn't Have a Stage

Kanye West performs during a time out of the NBA playoff game between the Chicago Bulls and Cleveland Cavaliers at the United Center in Chicago, Illinois.
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Pretty Damn Cool: Kanye West's 'Saint Pablo Tour' Doesn't Have a Stage

More innovation from 'Ye.

Published August 26, 2016

Kanye West kicked off his Saint Pablo tour last night in Indianapolis (August 25) and it was lit.

Hours before the concert started the super-producer and rapper teased fans with a picture that proved he still has it creatively. He tweeted a flick of a what looks like a lit up ship on water.

What was the real surprise, though? Kanye would eventually debut a suspended stage with a pulley system that he would perform on. That’s right, Yeezus was actually floating over his fans while he mostly performed songs from his most recent album, The Life of Pablo.

If safety was a big concern for you, at least you got a warning of what was to come as a sign outside of the venue read, “Tonight’s performance will include the use of the following: pyro, smoke, lasers, strobe lights, loud noises.”

Check out some pics of what went down, including ones of events before and during Kanye West’s performance below.

Written by Paul Meara

(Photo: Kamil Krzaczynski/


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