Kanye West and his Sunday Service at Joel Osteen’s megachurch this weekend.” data-reactid=”15″ type=”text”>People will be flocking to see Kanye West and his Sunday Service at Joel Osteen’s megachurch this weekend.
The Lakewood Church website is touting the Kanye West events coming this Sunday. (Screenshot: lakewoodchurch.com)
appealed to Kim Kardashian directly over it.)” data-reactid=”37″ type=”text”>On Friday, a portion of the tickets — which are free to the first 45,000 people — were offered in a Ticketmaster pre-sale and it led to a ticket-grabbing frenzy. Ticketmaster’s site went down during the middle of it, leading to some irritated Ye fans. (Some fans appealed to Kim Kardashian directly over it.)
Of course, the free tickets to the church event were soon quickly being resold for hundreds of dollars. We’ve seen them on Twitter for $300 a pop.
That makes this listing for them at $199.95 apiece on eBay a bargain.
be made available Saturday on Ticketmaster at 10 a.m.” data-reactid=”82″ type=”text”>Additional tickets will go be made available Saturday on Ticketmaster at 10 a.m.
Events at the megachurch typically attract a crowd. The three weekly Sunday services — 8:30 a.m., 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. — usually draw more than 45,000 people. Services last 90 minutes. The venue has seating for 16,800, but there is an overflow area of the super church that will be used for West’s events.
Facebook, YouTube, LakewoodChurch.com, the Lakewood Church App and on Joel Osteen’s SiriusXM’s radio channel (128).” data-reactid=”84″ type=”text”>And while thousands go to see the service in person, millions more watch the weekly sermons from home via TV and online. West’s services will be no different. Both of his events will be streamed Live on Facebook, YouTube, LakewoodChurch.com, the Lakewood Church App and on Joel Osteen’s SiriusXM’s radio channel (128).
Fox Business, the event is supposed to attract “record crowds” and the Houston Police Department is monitoring the event, along with the church’s in-house security team.” data-reactid=”85″ type=”text”>According to Fox Business, the event is supposed to attract “record crowds” and the Houston Police Department is monitoring the event, along with the church’s in-house security team.
said. “[We] know it’s probably going to be more traffic than normal, more crowded than normal. We’ve planned accordingly.”” data-reactid=”86″ type=”text”>“We’ve planned for the event and are working with the church,” Houston Police spokesperson John Cannon said. “[We] know it’s probably going to be more traffic than normal, more crowded than normal. We’ve planned accordingly.”
The report also noted that no threats of any sort have been made ahead of the events — and Ticketmaster warned people going, “NO Weapons Permitted. NO backpacks. NO bags. NO suitcases.”
A spokesperson for Lakewood Church has not yet responded to Yahoo Entertainment’s request for comment about how they’ll be boosting security and otherwise prepping for West.
friendly through phone conversations about faith.” data-reactid=”111″ type=”text”>Osteen extended the invitation to West on Oct. 25 — the same day Jesus Is King dropped. A church rep said Osteen and West became friendly through phone conversations about faith.
It is unclear at this point who will be joining West — in addition to his 150-plus member gospel choir, which includes singers and musicians. It seems more than likely that there will be some Kardashian representation — wife Kardashian, their children and her family members have joined his Sunday Service in the past — and this will be an especially big event.
West’s services in the past have attracted many non-Kardashians too: Brad Pitt, Chance the Rapper, Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom and Courtney Love.
public breakdown. He put together the Sunday Service Collective the first wee