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Kanye West has been making headlines in the United States and his Yeezus tour has had its up and downs. The rapper has ranted on stage, experienced technological malfunctions and mixed reactions from the crowds but that is not stopping West. He is planning on continuing his Yeezus tour in Australia.
Live Nation made the announcement that the tour will be heading overseas in May and performances will be heading into five major arenas in Australia's major cities, Billboard reported.
The tour will be starting May 2 at Perth Arena and making stops in Adelaide Entertainment Centre on the 4th and Brisbane Entertainment Centre on the 9th.
The last time West arrived in Australia was 2012 when he played the Big Day Out tour and as a headliner at the Splendour in the Grass festival only a few months prior to that stop.
The Yeezus tour features over the top lighting, a massive screen and elaborate props that have been custom created for the tour.
Tickets for these shows will go on sale tomorrow at 10 a.m., The Vine added.
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