Next stop, Cody, Wyoming.
According to TMZ, Kanye West is holding his Sunday Service in Cody, Wyoming, where he recently purchased the $14 million Monster Lake Ranch. The event will take place today (Sept. 22) at 12 p.m. in the Powwow Garden at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West. The event, which is typically exclusive, has been advertised as free and open to the public.
Complex reports that this will be Kanye’s last Sunday Service before he drops his “Jesus Is King” album on Friday (Sept. 27).
The Buffalo Bill Center of the West promoted the event on social media and revealed in a Facebook post, “Ye — and his 80-person choral group — host Sunday Service at the Powwow Garden this weekend. Free and open to the public. Yeah, you heard that correctly,” according to KTVQ.com.
Kanye’s wife, Kim Kardashian, recently opened up about the rapper’s decision to start Sunday Service. During an appearance on “The View,” Kim explained that the intended purpose was to help “heal” Kanye. “It was a really personal thing, and it was just friends and family,” she said. “He has had an amazing evolution of being born again and being saved by Christ ... For the most part, it’s just a musical ministry. [Kanye] doesn’t have his 501(c)(3) yet to make it an official church, but it is for God and it is a Christian church. It started off healing for him and now it’s become something that he really wants to share for everybody else.”
Kanye has made Sunday Service stops in Atlanta, Chicago, and Dayton, Ohio.
As previously reported, Kanye’s Sunday Service in Chicago was held at the Huntington Bank Pavilion. The 30,000-person venue was said to be at capacity. According to TMZ, it was more of a traditional concert and included Chance the Rapper as a special guest. The performance was also done on a ground level stage to give an “intimate and interactive” feel.
Kanye’s Dayton, Ohio Sunday Service was held in honor of those affected by the mass shooting that took place on Aug. 4.
Check out the flyer for Kanye’s Cody, Wyoming Sunday Service below.