Kanye West cancels Denver concert, rest of Saint Pablo Tour

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DENVER — Kanye West has canceled the rest of his Saint Pablo Tour, including a concert in Denver. Neither West’s label nor the tour’s promoter, Live Nation, had issued a statement explaining the cancellation as of Monday morning.

West was scheduled to perform Nov.2 8 at the Pepsi Center in Denver.  Ticket holders will reportedly get full refunds.

West pulled the plug on all his tour dates for the rest of the year because he’s stretching himself too thin, TMZ cited sources close to West as saying.

This comes after West went on a rant at a show in Sacramento, Calif., on Saturday and stormed off the stage after starting an hour late and playing just three songs.

Then West called off his show Sunday night in Inglewood, Calif., just three hours before the show was scheduled to start.

“He’s just exhausted. He’s been working around the clock on fashion design, both his own line and the Adidas line,” TMZ quoted the source as saying.

The Saint Pablo Tour was set to run through Dec. 31.