Wearing a black baseball hat, a gray hoodie and an oversized black jacket, the 36-year-old mother of two remained low-key during the show. However, she did stop to take a photo with Cameron Sterling, the oldest son of Alton Sterling, who died after being shot by police during a controversial incident in early July.
The star’s presence on social media has been increasingly rare since the invasion — on Monday, she shared three posts on Facebook then deleted them less than 24 hours later.
A source now tells PEOPLE that Kardashian West is “still figuring out when she wants to come back into the social spotlight.”
That said, it isn’t the first time Kardashian has stepped out since her terrifying Paris robbery nearly a month ago, most notably attending multiple West concerts and stepping out for a frozen treat with best friend Jonathan Cheban.
A source told PEOPLE last week: “The only ‘positive’ thing about the robbery is that Kim changed pace. Instead of working nonstop, her life has slowed down significantly. She seems happy about this.”
And another source told PEOPLE recently that Kardashian West “wants to make plans for more outings and maybe even a trip. Things are slowly getting back to a new normal.”
With celebrations already underway for little sister Kendall Jenner‘s 21st birthday on Thursday, it could be an occasion for the family-first Kardashian West to continue returning to life as she knew it before Oct. 3.