By Lara Walsh
Updated: Jun 14, 2016 @ 10:38 am
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Are you still playing Yeezy's hit track "Famous" on repeat? Well, now's your chance to experience the complete The Life of Pablo in person! Kanye West took to Tidal and Live Nation Tuesday to announce the dates for his highly anticipated North American Saint Pablo tour, which is slated for stops in 40 different cities—big news for thousands of fans who were left disappointed after the rapper and producer's June show at New York's Governors Ball music festival and surprise performance at the city's Webster Hall were both canceled. Saint Pablo, West's first big tour in three years, will start in Indianapolis on Aug. 25 and end in Las Vegas on Oct. 29 this year.

The Chicago native is expected to play two shows in his hometown as well as two in both New York and Los Angeles. Tickets officially go on sale Saturday, June 18, though presales start as early as June 14. Head to to score seats and check out the full list of tour dates below.

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Thursday, August 25
Indianapolis – Bankers Life Fieldhouse

Saturday, August 27
Buffalo, N.Y. – First Niagara Center

Tuesday, August 30
Toronto, Canada – Air Canada Centre

Friday, September 2
Montreal, Canada – Bell Centre

Saturday, September 3
Boston – TD Garden

Monday, September 5
New York City – Madison Square Garden

Tuesday, September 6
New York City – Madison Square Garden

Thursday, September 8
Washington, D.C. – Verizon Center

Monday, September 12
Atlanta – Philips Arena

Wednesday, September 14
Tampa, Florida – Amalie Arena

Friday, September 16
Miami, Florida – AmericanAirlines Arena

Tuesday, September 20
Houston – Toyota Center

Wednesday, September 21
Austin, Texas – Frank Erwin Center

Thursday, September 22
Dallas – American Airlines Center

Saturday, September 24
Nashville, Tennesee – Bridgestone Arena

Sunday, September 25
Columbus, Ohio – Schottenstein Center

Wednesday, September 28
Detroit – Joe Louis Arena

Friday, September 30
University Park, Pennsylvania – Bryce Jordan Center

Saturday, October 1
Cleveland – Quicken Loans Arena

Tuesday, October 4
Philadelphia – Wells Fargo Center

Thursday, October 6
Detroit – Palace of Auburn Hills

Friday, October 7
Chicago – United Center

Saturday, October 8
Chicago – Allstate Arena

Monday, October 10
Minneapolis – Xcel Energy Center

Wednesday, October 12
Winnipeg, Canada – MTS Centre

Saturday, October 15
Edmonton, Canada – Rogers Place

Monday, October 17
Vancouver, Canada – Rogers Arena

Wednesday, October 19
Seattle – KeyArena

Saturday, October 22
Oakland, California – Oracle Arena

Tuesday, October 25
Los Angeles – Forum

Wednesday, October 26
Los Angeles – Forum

Saturday, October 29
Las Vegas – T-Mobile Arena