Kanye West's "Saint Pablo" Tour Has a Floating Stage

Check out the first night of Kanye West's "Saint Pablo" Tour.

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Kanye West's "Saint Pablo" Tour kicked off tonight in Indianapolis, and naturally excitement is at an all-time high. The tour, in support of Kanye's seventh album The Life of Pablo, is set to run through November, hitting many major markets across the U.S. and Canada.

Hours before the concert, 'Ye teased fans with a quick snap.

The concert started with some pre-show hiccups. Fans were delayed entering while Kanye did some last-minute sound checks.

Once fans did get inside, they discovered that the stage is actually an open floor with an elevated platform above it on a pulley system.

The merch, provided by mass wholesaler Gildan, is on display here.

Before the concert even began, Travi$ Scott sauntered his way through the GA floor section, mobbed by fans.

Kanye began the concert from atop the floating light rig/stage, and opened with "Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1."

Naturally, the strange stage set up drew out some Twitter comedy.

Here's a video of him performing "All Day."

He also performed his verse on ScHoolboy Q's "THat Part."

Check back for more updates as the concert progresses.

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