American recording artist Kanye West stands on a stage that hovers over the crowd during his performance on Thursday, Sept. 22, 2016 at the American Airlines Center in Dallas. 

American recording artist Kanye West stands on a stage that hovers over the crowd during his performance on Thursday, Sept. 22, 2016 at the American Airlines Center in Dallas. 

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Once just wasn't enough.

Kanye West: The Saint Pablo Tour

Kanye West is bringing his "Saint Pablo Tour" back to American Airlines Center in Dallas on Saturday, Nov. 26. Tickets go on sale Saturday, Oct. 22, at 10 a.m. at LiveNation.com.

Two things come immediately to mind: 

That's a weekend, baby! 

And, what took them so long?

The tour is adding a second leg "due to popular demand," according to a release from Live Nation. The first of the new dates is with San Jose, Calif., on Nov. 17. There are 20 additional dates, including a New Year's Eve show at Barclays Center in Brooklyn.

West's show has received breathtaking reviews, most, if not all, lauding the inventiveness. 

"It takes a Kanye West-level of hubris to come up with a concert as inventive, surreal and ludicrous as the one that unfolded Thursday night at American Airlines Center," wrote Thor Christensen for GuideLive.com

"Never mind that it didn't work."

Kanye West's Dallas show was surreal -- but it didn't really work

Mayhaps West took that as a challenge?

It will be interesting to see if the high-flying show, which featured West performing on an aerial stage for almost two full hours, has any additional elements.

The fans didn't seem to mind when West was here in September. Christensen wrote that "it was the world's biggest movable dance party."

Other critics lauded it as a "spectacle," 'ferociously engaging," and "groundbreaking" -- making it seem as if the first leg of the tour would be a tough act to follow.

Leave it to Ye to try to outdo himself.

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