Kanye West is definitely ready to sing his heart out.
Kanye West's appearance at Joel Osteen's church this Sunday, November 17, has already drawn much attention and is expected to get a sellout crowd.
Lakewood Church has already prepared the place where the service will be held and has also assigned duties to every single member to keep the service in order. The Church also wants to make sure that they can accommodate as many attendees as they can, and as much as possible, they want to make them feel comfortable and welcome.
To make the event more peaceful and organized, it was reported that the Church contacted Ticketmaster this week to offer tickets for this incoming Sunday service, in which Kanye will be a part of the praise and worship.
The tickets will be offered on Friday for the first 45,000 takers. The ticket selling will be on a "first come, first served" basis, and all tickets will be free.
However, there is an important detail to remember before attending the Sunday service: the tickets will only be available for the evening service, where Kanye and his choir will be performing their usual Sunday Service.
However, the Church's Sunday service also has an 11:00 a.m. service, wherein Kanye will be walking to the pulpit and will have a short talk with Joel. The 11:00 a.m. service will not be ticketed, but the first 45,000 who arrive first will be seated.
It is also reported that Kanye will be having a sharing and conversational talk with Joel about his experience is his search for God, and how he embraced His love for him.
Osteen also made sure that the evening service that Kanye will be leading goes perfect and clean. Joel's church provided high-quality sound and lighting equipment, however, they would still need to figure how the stage can accommodate Kanye's huge choir, as it was reported to have 120 singers in it altogether.
It is expected that a lot of people will attend because Kanye will be there. However, the Church does not worry about having too many attendees for the service because the Church has an overflow room if the crowd does get a little bigger for the Sunday service.
The whole Sunday services will be broadcasted live in SiriusXM.