SALT LAKE CITY — Kanye West will perform his “Sunday Service” on Saturday at The Gateway, FOX 13 has learned.
Multiple sources said he plans to perform his church-style concert at noon on Saturday at the entertainment district plaza. According to The Gateway, the event is free and open to the public, but news media cameras will not be allowed in.
Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski’s office confirmed West would be performing.
“We were made aware today that Kanye West intends to hold his Sunday Service at the Gateway on Saturday. With multiple large events going on in downtown Salt Lake City we encourage public transit and avoiding the focal point areas. Most importantly, have fun and be safe, regardless of what brings you to the Capital City,” Biskupski spokesman Matthew Rojas said.
A Kanye concert will add to already anticipated massive traffic delays downtown with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ semi-annual General Conference and the March Against Child Abuse on Saturday.
The Grammy Award-winning artist has performed “Sunday Service” concerts throughout the country including Dayton, Ohio; Detroit, Michigan and most recently Cody, Wyoming.