Kanye West to Hold 'Donda Experience Performance' in Miami (UPDATED)

Ye went on his Instagram to announcement plans for a ticketed event at loanDepot Park in Miami. Fans can anticipate a performance on the release of 'Donda 2.'

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UPDATED 2/20, 8:55 p.m. ET: Tickets are on sale for the live IMAX presentation of Kanye West’s upcoming Miami Donda 2 experience. The one-night-only event will allow those not in attendance loanDepot Park Stadium to watch the first ever performance of Kanye’s new album in IMAX.

Get your tickets here.

UPDATED 2/18, 4:50 p.m. ET: On Friday Kanye teased on Instagram that his Feb. 22 event will be “my DONDA 2 listening and DONDA 1 performance.”

Tickets for the experience at loanDepot Park in Miami are available now through LiveNation starting at $95 with VIP packages available for $850-$1,110.

UPDATED 2/15, 10:55 a.m. ET: A rep for Kanye West has told Complex the event will be an outright live performance from Ye and not a listening event as previously done with Donda.

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Kanye West is getting ready to throw another listening party.

On Saturday, Ye announced a performance is happening on Feb. 22 at loanDepot Park in Miami. The date is the same as the release date of Donda 2. The album is a sequel to last year’s feature-heavy Donda.

The “Kanye West: Donda Experience Performance” is expected to go on sale on Feb. 14 at 12 p.m. EST. You can check out the Ticketmaster link here.

Ye is known to do out-the-box album rollouts. He created excitement for Donda through stadium-filled listening sessions last year, holding two at Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium and one at Chicago’s Soldier Field stadium.

CEO of Victor Victor Worldwide Steven Victor exclusively told Complex that Ye was working on a sequel to Donda in January. Since then, various artists have been working with Kanye, including ASAP Rocky, The Game, Pusha T, Moneybagg Yo, Marilyn Manson, and DJ Khaled. He also held a private listening event at Nobu in Los Angeles last week, where Drake, Travis Scott, Baby Keem, and Yung Lean made appearances.

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