Rihanna and Kanye West's first collaborative tour date revealed
Rihanna and Kanye West's first collaborative tour date has been revealed, with the pair set to perform in Tallinn, Estonia on July 25
Rihanna and Kanye West's first collaborative tour date has been revealed.
The pair will play a concert together in Tallinn, Estonia, on July 25, which is believed to be the first date of the pair's rumoured world tour.
Appearing on the Live Nation website under the "international events" section, the show is advertised as being set to take place at the city's Laululava venue, with tickets due to go on sale on March 5.
Although no further details about the show are currently available, speculation about a string of joint performances was sparked in December when Rihanna auctioned off the "Kanye West Tour Experience" for her Diamond Ball charity fundraiser.
Earlier this month, Complex magazine also posted an image online purporting to be the official logo for the pair's tour.
Kanye and the 'Diamonds' singer previously toured together in 2008 when the rising-star supported the outspoken rapper and producer on his 'Glow in the Dark Tour', and have since collaborated on 'All of the Lights' and 'Run This Town' as well as the Bajan beauty's latest single, 'FourFiveSeconds'.
Meanwhile, the 37-year-old star - who has 20-month-old daughter North with wife Kim Kardashian West - recently revealed he is an executive producer on the singer's eagerly-anticipated eighth album, which has been tentatively titled 'R8'.
Speaking at the Grammy Awards, he said: "I'm executive producing Rihanna's album.
"I played her my album and I said, 'I've done a few songs with Paul McCartney', and she couldn't get past this record - she had to have it on her album."