Kanye West wants his presence in Wyoming to be known widely and widely ̵
1; it looks like he's hosting a mega-Sunday service this week, inviting all residents of the city and their mother . Ye's forthcoming office is being held at Powwow Garden in the West Center of Bison Bill West in Cody, Wyoming – where Kanye now owns a massive offshore property appropriately named Monster Lake Ranch. According to local reports, the sign now reads "West Lake."
We already know that he and Kim were getting ready at home – learning about the local wildlife, with the discontent of the Game and Fish department in Wyoming. It seems that Kanye wants to properly introduce Wests to the community because his Sunday service is heavily advertised on a massive digital billboard and on social media.
According to a Facebook post about it, he brings out his 80-person choir for the show – so yes, Kanye et al.
Preparations are currently underway for the free and public event, and they appear to be expecting quite a turnout. Photos courtesy of TMZ show a bunch of tents being placed on the Saturday before Ye's Sunday Service, with catering trucks and special towing events.
The Powwow garden has a capacity of about 700 people – 200 sitting or 700 standing according to the center's website – but it is unclear how many people will actually show up. FYI, less than 10,000 people live in Cody itself.
This is an interesting move on the part of Kanye, as many of his Sunday services are of late relatively low – not including the Chicago stop of course. This seems to be the exact opposite of this – almost all of them come with all approaches.
Given that Wyoming is actually his second home base now, maybe he's looking at it as a home party … just at a much larger stage. No one splashed like E.