Kanye West fans will be able to receive on-site vaccinations at his listening event at the Soldier Field stadium in Chicago this evening.
Donda is scheduled to arrive tomorrow finally, but expectations of that actually happening has never been lower. Over the last month, Ye fans have got used to feeling disappointed when release day rolls around, ready for the inevitable moment the project doesn’t appear on streaming services.
The only people that seem to be pleased about the streams seem to be Apple Music as West’s most recent listening event became the most-watched on the platform ever, and his Chicago show is likely to eclipse that tonight.
The upcoming party will be the third such event, following two listening parties at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta over the past month. It was a venue where the rapper was reportedly living when he put the finishing touches on the record.
Now, it has emerged from a spokesperson for the stadium where Yeezy will be premiering the latest incarnation of Donda that there will be 1,500 doses of the Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson vaccines for fans to get upon entry.
Although West put similar measures in place for his most recent listening party in Atlanta yet, only four out of the 40,000 fans in attendance bothered to take up the offer.
A similar offer was in place for Kanye’s Atlanta listening party on August 5th though it was muted afterwards that only four out of 40,000 fans received the vaccine.
Additionally, TMZ has obtained images of Soldier Field stadium in Chicago preparing for Yeezy’s arrival. It looks set to be a homecoming in the most literal sense as he recreates his childhood home for the performance.
Check out a leaked photo of the set below.