Kanye West To Open Sunday Service To The Public For Free — Event Will Take Place In Chicago
Kanye West is opening up his Sunday Service to the public this weekend for a special event that will take place in Chicago. The event will be free of charge; however, those who plan to attend will need to get their tickets in advance. News that Kanye will hold the special event has gone viral with many people getting their tickets on Saturday. The event will take place yeat the Huntington Bank Pavillion and is designed to promote positive vibes and peace to the youth of Chicago. The 21-times Grammy winner and father of four has used multiple methods including art and color to create spiritual centers that provide sound healing for the listener.
Since Kanye launched his first Sunday Service in January, the events have taken off and become popular. Celebrities that have attended the events and sung its praises include Katy Perry, Orlando Bloom, Brad Pitt, Dave Chappelle, and David Letterman. Kanye tends to be accompanied by his wife Kim Kardashian and his children as well as other members of the Kardashian/Jenner clan. It's unknown who else will be in attendance this Sunday.
Those in Chicago who want to find more information about the event can do so at Ticketmaster below.
The excitement continues to build for those who will be in Chicago and can attend Kanye's Sunday Service in person. News about the event has gone viral and is now on all social media platforms with people sharing their anticipation for the service. The service will also be streamed live so those who didn't get tickets but are in Chicago can hear it on the station 107.5 WGCI.
Have you watched any of Kanye West's Sunday Services broadcasts? He has a large choir that accompanies him and the music is described as spiritual or inspirational. Kim Kardashian has gone on record by officially describing the services as Christian, though you do not have to be a practicing Christian to attend. The music is described as a blend of Gospel, Rap, and Hip Hop. Earlier this week, Kanye West purchased a $14 million Wyoming ranch causing many to believe he will eventually establish a church on the property.