Lil Wayne Announces 'America's Most Wanted' Tour Dates

Lil Wayne Announces 'America's Most Wanted' Tour Dates

The rap superstar reveals the much-awaited tour dates to his upcoming tour with Atlanta rappers T.I. and Future.
Just three days after he first announced that he would go on a U.S. tour dubbed as "America's Most Wanted Music Festival" with Atlanta rappers T.I. and Future, Young Money mogul Lil Wayne reveals the much-awaited dates of his two-month tour. The trek is intended to support the 30-year-old rap star's forthcoming new album "I Am Not a Human Being II" set to be released Tuesday, March 26.

The rap trio will kick off their live performances on the road at Birmingham's Oak Mountain Amphitheater on July 7. The 40-date tour will bring the three across different U.S. states before it concludes on September 1 at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater in Irvine, California.

News of the new tour was broken by Wayne in a short clip with Grand Hustle mogul T.I. where the New Orleans rapper addressed his fans' concerns over his recent health scare of multiple seizures and hospitalization and thanked them for their support and prayers. That same day, Weezy released his new "Rich as F*ck" music video with fellow rap superstar 2 Chainz.

The YMCMB boss shows no signs of slowing down after his "America's Most Wanted" gig with his close friends from Atlanta. A month after they end their U.S. tour, Wayne will then embark on his October European tour with young rapper Mac Miller.

Lil Wayne's "America's Most Wanted Music Festival" featuring T.I. and Future:
  • Jul 09 - Birmingham, Alabama at Oak Mountain Amphitheater
  • Jul 10 - Nashville, Tennessee at Bridgestone Arena
  • Jul 12 - Atlanta, Georgia at Lakewood Amphitheater
  • Jul 13 - Tampa Bay, Florida at Live Nation Amphitheater
  • Jul 14 - West Palm Beach, Florida at Cruzan Amphitheater
  • Jul 16 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania at First Niagara Pavilion
  • Jul 17 - Baltimore, Maryland at 1st Mariner Arena
  • Jul 19 - Wantagh, New York at Jones Beach
  • Jul 20 - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at Susquehanna Bank Center
  • Jul 21 - Scranton, Pennsylvania at Toyota Pavilion
  • Jul 23 - Bangor, Maine at Bangor Amphitheater
  • Jul 24 - Holmdel, New Jersey at PNC Bank Arts Center
  • Jul 26 - Charlotte, North Carolina at Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
  • Jul 27 - Raleigh, North Carolina at Time Warner Pavilion
  • Jul 28 - Virginia Beach, Virginia at Farm Bureau Live
  • Jul 30 - Buffalo, New York at Darien Lake PAC
  • Jul 31 - Hartford, Connecticut at Comcast Theatre
  • Aug 02 - Washington, D.C. at Verizon Center
  • Aug 03 - Saratoga Springs, New York at SSPAC
  • Aug 04 - Boston, Massachusetts at Comcast Center
  • Aug 06 - Cincinnati, Ohio at Riverbend Music Pavilion
  • Aug 07 - Cleveland, Ohio at Klipsch Amphitheater
  • Aug 09 - Detroit, Michigan at Joe Louis Arena
  • Aug 10 - Chicago, Illinois at First Midwest Bank Amphitheater
  • Aug 11 - St. Louis, Missouri at Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
  • Aug 13 - Indianapolis, Indiana at Klipsch Music Center
  • Aug 14 - Memphis, Tennessee at FedEx Forum
  • Aug 16 - Dallas, Texas at Gexa Pavilion
  • Aug 17 - Austin, Texas at Austin360 Amphitheater
  • Aug 18 - Houston, Texas at CWM Pavilion
  • Aug 20 - Omaha, Nebraska at Qwest Center
  • Aug 21 - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma at Chesapeake Energy Center
  • Aug 23 - Denver, Colorado at Fiddler's Green
  • Aug 24 - Albuquerque, New Mexico at Isleta Amphitheater
  • Aug 25 - Phoenix, Arizona at Desert Sky Pavilion
  • Aug 27 - San Diego, California at Sleep Train
  • Aug 28 - Sacramento, California at Sleep Train
  • Aug 30 - Oakland, California at Sleep Train
  • Aug 31 - Las Vegas, Nevada at MGM Grand Arena
  • Sept 01 - Irvine, California at Verizon Wireless Amphitheater

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