SAINT PABLO TOUR RECAP: Kanye West Finishes First SPT Leg In Los Angeles

Kanye West performing in Los Angeles on November 2. Photo by Twitter: @theforum.

Last night marked the final show of the first leg of the “Saint Pablo Tour” for Kanye West ending in Los Angeles.

The Forum became the home for Kanye with six sold out shows and three back-to-back-to-back on Nov. 1, 2 and 3.

As he did for the first three shows at the venue, Kanye made new merch available for fans and even added a new pair of shorts for purchase.

Fans in the general admission pit got ready for Ye as they sang some of his tracks before the concert started including “I Love Kanye.”

Fans getting ready for #KanyeWest with a sing-along before the #SaintPabloTour tonight. 👏 (via @shuma_from_state_farm)

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Also similar to his previous Los Angeles shows, Ye played the video he created for Kim Kardashian West’s birthday filled with home movies right before performing “Only One.”

The set list. #kanyewest #kanye #saintpablotour #lifeofpablo #vip #saintpablotour #kanyewest #kanye

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11/2 – WOLVES IN LA #SaintPabloTour #KanyeWest (🎥: @youthofparis)

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Just like Kanye’s first three Los Angeles shows, the last three brought out more celebrities to watch him perform. Celebrities included Pharrell, Hilary Duff, John Mayer, Usher, Lenny Kravitz, Harry Styles, Kate Hudson, Ellen DeGenerous, Travis Barker, Mike Will and even more.

DJ Khaled, Tyler The Creator and Desiigner joined fans in the general admission pit during the concerts.

#DJKhaled in the general admission pit with fans tonight! #SaintPabloTour 👻: djkhaled305

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Both Kim and Kanye took the time to meet with Cameron Sterling, the oldest son of Alton Sterling at the Nov. 1 concert for his birthday.

During the final show of the “Saint Pablo Tour” first leg, Ye had to unfortunately stop performing during “Only One” due to his voice giving out on him. He had about eight songs left, apologizing to fans and offering them refunds because he cut the concert short.

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