Kanye West has finally announced a tour following the release of “The Life of Pablo.” The rapper shared the news on Twitter, telling a fan that more information was coming on Tuesday.

According to a post on West’s website, the “Saint Pablo” tour will include 32 dates in cities around the country. It will span two months, kicking off in August with a show in Indianapolis and closing with a Las Vegas performance in late October. He will be joined in concert by up-and-coming rapper Desiigner, who rose to fame on the success of his song “Panda.” While the tour is still many weeks from starting, fans will be able to purchase tickets in the very near future.

Presale tickets will be made available on Tuesday to AMEX card holders starting at 10 a.m. EDT. That sale will close on Friday. Tidal will also be launching a presale option, selling tickets to subscribers at 10 a.m. EDT on Thursday. The general public, however, will have to wait until Saturday, when tickets hit Live Nation. Prices vary depending on city and venue. According to both Live Nation and Ticket Master, ticket prices will range from $29 to $199. These prices will likely skyrocket on reselling sites, so get your tickets while you can.

West first revealed his impending tour in a May interview on Steve Harvey’s morning radio show. Asked what his plans were, West told the host his “tour game is strong.” The father of two said he was hoping to hit the road in the fall, adding that he and his team were hashing out ideas at the time. West went on to compare himself to Walt Disney, telling Harvey he wanted everything he did — including his tours and performances — to “inspire these kids.”

“My tour game is strong. My tour game is unprecedented. We’re gonna go out in September, I believe,” he said. “We’re working on the ideas now. I’m trying to inspire these kids the way Disney inspired me, the way I saw the original ‘Star Wars.’ Everybody know, they know, the people that run Hollywood know! They know what it is!”

The “Saint Pablo” tour announcement comes several months after the Feb. 13 release of West's latest album, “The Life of Pablo.” The album, which was a Tidal exclusive for several months, has since earned itself a No. 1 spot on the Billboard 200 list. This shocked many music critics, who feared that West’s unusual album rollout would affect sales and charting. Despite concerns, West moved close to 94,000 albums. Billboard reported that 70 percent of units moved came from streaming, while 28,000 of them were actual sales.

Below is a full list of cities and dates for the “Saint Pablo” tour:

  • Aug. 25: Indianapolis – Bankers Life Fieldhouse
  • Aug. 27: Buffalo, New York – First Niagara Center
  • Aug. 30: Toronto – Air Canada Centre
  • Sept. 2: Montreal – Bell Centre
  • Sept. 3: Boston – TD Garden
  • Sept. 5: New York – Madison Square Garden
  • Sept. 6: New York – Madison Square Garden
  • Sept. 8: Washington, D.C. – Verizon Center
  • Sept. 12: Atlanta – Philips Arena
  • Sept. 14: Tampa, Fla. – Amalie Arena
  • Sept. 16: Miami – American Airlines Arena
  • Sept. 20: Houston – Toyota Center
  • Sept. 21: Austin, Texas – Frank Erwin Center
  • Sept. 22: Dallas – American Airlines Center
  • Sept. 24: Nashville, Tennessee – Bridgestone Arena
  • Sept. 25: Columbus, Ohio – Schottenstein Center
  • Sept. 28: Detroit – Joe Louis Arena
  • Sept. 30: University Park, Pennsylvania – Bryce Jordan Center
  • Oct. 1: Cleveland – Quicken Loans Arena
  • Oct. 4: Philadelphia – Wells Fargo Center
  • Oct. 6: Detroit – Palace of Auburn Hills
  • Oct. 7: Chicago – United Center
  • Oct. 8: Chicago – Allstate Arena
  • Oct. 10: Minneapolis – Xcel Energy Center
  • Oct. 12: Winnipeg, Manitoba – MTS Centre
  • Oct. 15: Edmonton, Alberta – Rogers Place
  • Oct. 17: Vancouver – Rogers Arena
  • Oct. 19: Seattle – KeyArena
  • Oct. 22: Oakland, California – Oracle Arena
  • Oct. 25: Los Angeles – The Forum
  • Oct. 26: Los Angeles – The Forum
  • Oct. 29: Las Vegas – T-Mobile Arena

    Kanye West Kanye West, photographed at the Met Gala in New York City on May 2, 2016, has officially announced a North American tour. Photo: Getty Images