We’re Giving Away Tickets to See Kanye’s Yeezus Tour
This month Kanye West is kicking off his first solo tour in five years, starting in Seattle on October 19 with 29 shows stretching across North America. Considering Yeezus is on our shortlist for album of the century and Mr. West is one of the most unpredictable figures in popular music today, there is no question on our mind that this is a tour for the history books. Not to mention, he’s bringing Kendrick Lamar along for the opening slot. The only downside is that tickets to see Yeezy and K-Dot do their thing at any one of the stops along this tour can costs as much $200—that’s a little rich for our blood, considering we’re still paying off our credit card from copping the Air Yeezy IIs.
To help folks like us, who don’t wipe their butts with twenty dollar bills, see the Louis Vuitton Don in IRL, we’re giving away two pairs of tickets that can be used for any ofthese selected dates on the Yeezus tour. To win a pair of tickets, send us a twitpic via Twitter to @VICE and make sure to include the hashtag #SENDITUP. Since anything goes when you’re dealing Kanye West, the picture you send us could be of anything—it could be one of your granny holding on to her 808 drum machine, your cat eating a damn croissant, or a picture of you snorting milk through a straw. There are no rules—just make us laugh, gross us out, or praise Yeezus. The contest starts now and we’ll be accepting pictures until midnight on Sunday, October 13. On Monday, October 14, we’ll announce the winners right here on VICE.com. Who knows, if we dig the pic, you might get a chance to finally see Yeezus ascend back to wherever the fuck he came from like the tour poster suggests.

We’re Giving Away Tickets to See Kanye’s Yeezus Tour

This month Kanye West is kicking off his first solo tour in five years, starting in Seattle on October 19 with 29 shows stretching across North America. Considering Yeezus is on our shortlist for album of the century and Mr. West is one of the most unpredictable figures in popular music today, there is no question on our mind that this is a tour for the history books. Not to mention, he’s bringing Kendrick Lamar along for the opening slot. The only downside is that tickets to see Yeezy and K-Dot do their thing at any one of the stops along this tour can costs as much $200—that’s a little rich for our blood, considering we’re still paying off our credit card from copping the Air Yeezy IIs.

To help folks like us, who don’t wipe their butts with twenty dollar bills, see the Louis Vuitton Don in IRL, we’re giving away two pairs of tickets that can be used for any ofthese selected dates on the Yeezus tour. To win a pair of tickets, send us a twitpic via Twitter to @VICE and make sure to include the hashtag #SENDITUP. Since anything goes when you’re dealing Kanye West, the picture you send us could be of anything—it could be one of your granny holding on to her 808 drum machine, your cat eating a damn croissant, or a picture of you snorting milk through a straw. There are no rules—just make us laugh, gross us out, or praise Yeezus. The contest starts now and we’ll be accepting pictures until midnight on Sunday, October 13. On Monday, October 14, we’ll announce the winners right here on VICE.com. Who knows, if we dig the pic, you might get a chance to finally see Yeezus ascend back to wherever the fuck he came from like the tour poster suggests.


Bands go on tour all the time. Who cares. But what about cartoonists? What if they ascended from their parents’ dingy basements (where all cartoonists live), got in a sweaty van, and drove around like your favorite dipshit rockstars do? It’d be pretty cool. Cartoonists Sammy Harkham and Jonny Negron have bucked tradition by living in their own apartments, and they’ve also decided to get in the proverbial van and drive across America. Starting tomorrow at Desert Island in Brooklyn, they will hit the road, seeing such wonderful places as Los Angeles, Austin, Portland, Los Angeles again, and Bethesda, Maryland. 


Sammy Harkham draws sad and beautiful stories about love, youth, suburbia, pirates, and Judaism in a slow, Daniel Clowes-sort of style. His new collection of work, Everything Together, will be released byPicturebox this October. His tour mate, Jonny Negron, draws big-breasted women eating greasy food who look like they should have been drawn in Japan in 1984. He also has a book coming out in October with Picturebox, hence the touring. 

We love them both a lot and think you will too. Go support them when/if they come to your town.
Tour Dates:
Sept. 13: Desert Island, Brooklyn
Sept. 14-15: SPX, Bethesda, MD
Oct. 5: Secret Headquarters, Los Angeles*
Oct. 11: Skylight Books, Los Angeles **
Oct. 12: Mission Comics and Art, San Francisco*
Oct. 19: Floating World, Portland, OR
Oct. 24: DOMY, Austin
*Jonny Negron only
**Sammy Harkham only

Bands go on tour all the time. Who cares. But what about cartoonists? What if they ascended from their parents’ dingy basements (where all cartoonists live), got in a sweaty van, and drove around like your favorite dipshit rockstars do? It’d be pretty cool. Cartoonists Sammy Harkham and Jonny Negron have bucked tradition by living in their own apartments, and they’ve also decided to get in the proverbial van and drive across America. Starting tomorrow at Desert Island in Brooklyn, they will hit the road, seeing such wonderful places as Los Angeles, Austin, Portland, Los Angeles again, and Bethesda, Maryland. 

Sammy Harkham draws sad and beautiful stories about love, youth, suburbia, pirates, and Judaism in a slow, Daniel Clowes-sort of style. His new collection of work, Everything Together, will be released byPicturebox this October. His tour mate, Jonny Negron, draws big-breasted women eating greasy food who look like they should have been drawn in Japan in 1984. He also has a book coming out in October with Picturebox, hence the touring. 

We love them both a lot and think you will too. Go support them when/if they come to your town.

Tour Dates:

Sept. 13: Desert Island, Brooklyn

Sept. 14-15: SPX, Bethesda, MD

Oct. 5: Secret Headquarters, Los Angeles*

Oct. 11: Skylight Books, Los Angeles **

Oct. 12: Mission Comics and Art, San Francisco*

Oct. 19: Floating World, Portland, OR

Oct. 24: DOMY, Austin

*Jonny Negron only

**Sammy Harkham only