Trending Topics

‘Special’: Kanye West is Bringing ‘Sunday Service’ to Super Bowl Weekend

Those in town during Sunday’s Super Bowl in South Florida, may have the chance to take in Kanye West‘s “Sunday Service.”

In a tweet sent on Jan. 28th, the polarizing rapper said he’ll bring the “Sunday Service Experience” to Bayfront Amphitheatre in Miami on Sunday, Feb. 2, at 11:00 a.m. He provided a link to purchase tickets as well.

The event will be put together through a partnership between West and VOUS Church, which is also located in Miami.

West began “Sunday Service” in January of 2019 and he’s since brought it to various parts of the United States. He also brought the event to Jamaica in October, a little after the 42-year-old said he was done making secular music.

Plus, in early January, it was announced that West would be taking “Sunday Service” to Europe and Africa this year. He also brought it to Joel Osteen’s Lakewood Church on Nov. 17 of 2019.

West’s most recent event with his choir was held in Burbank, Calif. in the early hours of Jan. 27, shortly after Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna “Gigi” Bryant and seven others were killed in a helicopter crash.

Kirk Franklin and Chance The Rapper joined him and the song “Ultralight Beam,” from West’s 2016 “The Life of Pablo” album, was performed, which features both Franklin and Chance.

In regards to the “Sunday Service” that’s taking place in Miami, a lot of people thanked the rapper for putting it on.

Undoubtedly, despite West’s ardent support of President Donald Trump and saying things like slavery was a “choice” for black people, he still has a massive amount of adoring fans.

“We Love you Kanye!! you are special to us, thank you for all that you are doing. You are making a difference,” someone wrote on Twitter after he announced Sunday’s event.

“Over love him,” another person tweeted.

“Bless you, Kanye! You’re rockin the world for His Kingdom!” a third fan stated. “Covering you guys with prayer! Peace & Favor!”

Back to top