Kanye West To Hold Free, Public Sunday Service In Chicago This Weekend
By Lauren Crawford
September 7, 2019
Kanye West is bringing his Sunday Service to Chicago.
The "Brothers" rapper is set to host the event at Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island on Sunday (September 8) at 9:00 a.m CT.
The service, which will be about communicating messages of positivity and peace to Chicago’s youth, is free and will be open to the public. However, tickets are required. You can get them HERE!
If you're unable to attend the Sunday Service, it will also be broadcasted on 107.5 WGCI Chicago, courtesy of iHeartRadio and Def Jam.
As fans know, Ye has been taking his Sunday Service on the road lately. The 42-year-old rapper's last Sunday Service was held in Watts, California and attended by Brad Pitt. The week prior, Kanye, along with his traveling Sunday Service choir and Dave Chappelle, were in Dayton, Ohio to put on an event for the community following the mass shooting there.
Ye's Sunday Service shows typically consist of Kanye, his choir, which almost always includes his six-year-old daughter North, performing a blend of hip-hop, gospel, and uplifting tracks to a usually A-list crowd. While Ye's wife Kim Kardashian has called the service Christian-based, it normally does not include a sermon.
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