Posting on Twitter, the rapper shared the artwork for the event – which featured a golden engraving of the eponymous Babylonian king.
The opera, which is directed by Italian performance artist Vanessa Beecroft, will take place at The Hollywood Bowl on November 24. The event will also feature music by Kanye's Sunday Service performers, alongside Peter Colins & Infinities Song.
During a recent interview with Zane Lowe, Kanye also likened himself to Nebuchadnezzar while discussing his past Yeezus tour.
"[God] is saying, Let me take this Nebuchadnezzar-type character—Nebuchadnezzar was the king of Babylon, and he looked at his entire kingdom and said, I did this," he said.
He added: "I stood on the top of the mountain talking about Yeezus, saying, 'I'm a God'—I had a guy dressed as Jesus."
Invite artwork by Nick Knight pic.twitter.com/U7IBqe1Gxk— ye (@kanyewest) November 17, 2019
Meanwhile, Kanye performed for prison inmates as he brought his Sunday Service show to a Houston jail over the weekend.
The rap star visited the Harris County Jail in Houston, Texas ahead of his appearance at Joel Osteen's church in the city.
According to TMZ, Kanye and his choir turned up to the prison by surprise on Friday 15th November. The rapper stayed for a couple of hours to play to a select group of inmates and staff members.
A professionally-shot clip shows him shaking hands with inmates as his choir sings behind.
Last month, West released a gospel-infused album titled "Jesus is King," on which he raps and sings almost exclusively about his newfound love for God. He has since announced he will produce a "Jesus is King Part II" with the help of Dr. Dre.
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