Kanye West held his Sunday Service in his hometown.
According to TMZ, the rapper hosted a massive crowd at the Huntington Bank Pavilion in Chicago. The venue has a 30,000-person capacity and it has been said that the service was at capacity. Kanye's Sunday Service in Chi-Town was more of a traditional concert and included a special guest, Chance the Rapper.
The performance took place on a ground level stage to give an intimate and interactive feel. Those who attended the event enjoyed the close and intimateness of the Sunday Service.
Kanye has been taking his Sunday Service on the road as of late. He recently held a service in Dayton, Ohio in honor of those affected by the mass shooting that took place last month. The event was held at the RiverScape MetroPark.
Kim Kardashian announced the service on Twitter on the morning of Aug. 25. "In support of the victims and survivors of the Dayton mass shooting," she said. In the tweet, she added a link where fans could access a live stream of the performance.
Kanye's Dayton Sunday Service featured special guests as well. Dave Chappelle was in attendance, as he was also in Dayton to hold a benefit for those affected by the tragedy.
Chappelle hosted a free block party strictly for Dayton residents on Aug. 25. The "Gem Shine Benefit" concert gathered those living in Dayton in the Oregon District, which is the area where the mass shooting that left nine people dead and 17 injured. Donations were accepted at the event in exchange for a commemorative T-shirt. The proceeds from the donations benefitted the "tragedy fund at the Dayton Foundation."
Residents who were unable to attend the event were asked to "contribute to both The Dayton Foundation's Oregon District Tragedy Fund and Oregon District Business Association," according to Dayton.com.
Check out a video of Kanye West's Sunday Service below.
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