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Kanye West Playing MSG February 11th, 2016 For Swish Launch?


This is off Gigwise:

Members of fan forum Kan To The Ye have discovered that cinemas and movie theatres are selling tickets to the world premiere of SWISH in its entirety – live from Madison Square Garden in New York City.

The screenings take place on the same day that West drops SWISH, and seemingly the same time as he’s set to unveil his new Adidas fashion collaboration in Yeezy Season Three – leading fans to speculate whether he’ll be performing the album live from Madison Square Garden, simply using it to soundtrack his new fashion range, or both.

However, Cineworld states that the screening will feature a performance by Kanye’s visual art collaborator Vanessa Beecroft.”

Something comes  to mind. I bet Governors Ball have paid him a bundle for his performance there in June, how would they take to a performance in MSG in February, I bet ticket sales at GB are soft any way. But would that be enough to stop Ye? I would bet he’d sell it out but Kanye is not the star he was five years, and anyway he is always playing around town…

Anyway, more info as it becomes available.

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