Kanye West is bringing his Saint Pablo Tour to Minnesota this fall

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Kanye West announced his new tour Tuesday – and it'll be coming to Minnesota.

The Saint Pablo Tour kicks off Aug. 25, and will stop in nearly 40 cities, including St. Paul's Xcel Energy Center on Oct. 10, according to a news release.

https://twitter.com/XcelEnergyCtr/status/742674624840880129

The tour will feature songs from Kanye's seventh album – "The Life of Pablo" – for the first time. The album debuted at the top of the Billboard album chart, based on streaming only, the release notes.

Tickets for the show go on sale Saturday on LiveNation.com. Ticket prices haven't been announced.

This is Kanye's first tour since 2014, according to Pitchfork.

Kanye was last scheduled to perform in the Twin Cities back in 2013 while on his The Yeezus Tour, but the Target Center show was canceled due to "routing logistics" following an accident involving a tour truck.

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