Update 3/27/13

“America’s Most Wanted” Tour Dates Announced

Official dates for the “America’s Most Wanted” Tour have just been announced! The extensive tour kicks off on July 9 in Birmingham, AL, at the Oak Mountain Amphitheatre, and doesn’t wrap up until September 1 with a gig in Irvine, CA, at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre. Most of the venues on the docket are similar large, outdoor spaces, including a stop at SPAC in Saratoga Springs, NY, on August 3, and the Austin 360 Pavilion on August 17.

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Both Weezy and T.I. will spend their fair share of time throughout all parts of the country, with the first leg taking place throughout the East and South East coasts. We can’t help wonder if Young Money is biting off more than he can chew after his recent brush with death. Hopefully the misguided rapper doesn’t turn to the sizzurp for answers. In any case, check below for tour dates and tickets as they become available on the secondary market.

Lil Wayne Tickets 2013

Lil Wayne Tour Dates, Concert Schedule 2013

Lil Wayne & T.I. “America’s Most Wanted” Tour 2013

DateCityState/CountryVenue

7/9/13 Birmingham AL Oak Mountain Amph.
10-Jul Nashville TN Bridgestone Arena
7/12/13 Atlanta GA Lakewood Amph.
7/13/13 Tampa FK Live Nation Amph.
7/14/13 West Palm Beach FK Cruzan Amph.
7/16/13 Pittsburgh PA First Niagra Pavilion
7/17/13 Baltimore MD First Mariner Arena
7/19/13 Wantagh NY Jones Beach
7/20/13 Philadelphia PA Susquehanna Bank Center
7/21/13 Scranton PA Toyota Pavilion
7/23/13 Bangor ME Bangor Amph.
7/24/13 Holmdel NJ PNC Bank Arts Center
7/26/13 Charlotte NC Verizon Wireless Amph.
7/27/13 Raleigh N Time Warner Pavilion
7/28/13 Virginia Beach CVA Farm Bureau Live
7/30/13 Buffalo NY Darien Lake PAC
7/31/13 Hartford CN Comcast Theatre
8/2/13 Washington DC Verizon Center
8/3/13 Saratoga Springs NY SPAC
8/4/13 Boston MA Comcast Theatre
8/6/13 Cincinnati OH Riverbend Music Pavilion
8/7/13 Cleveland OH Klipsch Amph.
8/9/13 Detroit MI Joe Louis Arena
8/10/13 Chicago IL First Midwest Bank Amph.
8/11/13 St. Louis MO Verizon Wireless Amph.
8/13/13 Indianapolis IN Klipsch Amph.
8/14/13 Memphis TN Fedex Forum
8/16/13 Dallas TX Gexa Pavilion
8/17/13 Austin TX Austin 360 Amph.
8/18/13 Houston TX Cwm Pavilion
8/20/13 Omaha NB Qwest Center
8/21/13 Oklahoma City OK Chesapeake Energy Center
8/23/13 Denver CO Fiddler’s Green
8/24/13 Albuquerque NM Isleta Amph.
8/25/13 Phoenix AZ Desert Sky Pavilion
8/27/13 San Diego CA Sleep Train Arena
8/28/13 Sacramento CA Sleep Train Arena
8/30/13 Oakland CA Sleep Train Arena
8/31/13 Las Vegas NV Arena
9/1/13 Irvine CA Verizon Wireless Amph.

Lil Wayne European Tour 2013

DateCityState/CountryVenue

3/8/13 Dublin Ireland The O2
3/10/13 Toulouse France Zenith De Toulouse
3/11/13 Marseille France Le Dome De Marseille
3/13/13 Copenhagen Denmark TAP1
3/14/13 Oslo Norway Oslo Spektrum
3/15/13 Stockholm Sweden Ericsson Globe
3/17/13 Amneville France Galaxie
3/21/13 Paris France Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy
3/27/13 Amsterdam Netherlands Ziggo Dome

Update 3/22/13

Lil Wayne T.I. “America’s Most Wanted” Tour 2013

Bouncing back from a recent health scare, in which he was hospitalized for seizure-like symptoms, Lil Wayne has released a video announcing a new round of summer tour dates. The can’t-keep-him-down rapper will head out on the America’s Most Wanted Tour alongside fellow hip-hop superstar T.I. No specific dates have been announced yet, but we do know Lil Tuneschi’s planning on kicking things off this July, which could mean ‘America’s Most Wanted’ may extend all the way into fall.

In the video, Lil Wayne addresses his hospitalization, thanks his fans for their support, and manages to squeeze in a plug for his forthcoming album, I Am Not A Human Being 2, which is still on track to drop this Tuesday. “I just want to say thank you to all y’all for your prayers and your concerns and all that, I swear to God I felt that love when I was laid up in that motherfuckin’ hospital bed… All y’all know that I’m good… Also, my album is still coming out March 26.”

Good news all around. Tickets to Lil Wayne’s summer shows – and then some – are on sale now, so don’t forget to scroll through our list of discount links below!

Lil Wayne Tour Announcement Video

Update 12/20/12

Lil Wayne Appears at GQ Super Bowl Party

Just before heading out on his 2013 global trek, Lil Wayne will make a high-profile appearance in his hometown. The Southern rapper has been tapped to perform at GQ’s Super Bowl party in New Orleans – the site of the big game, and Wayne’s birth – on February 2. He had this to say about the homecoming appearance:

“As a lifelong sports fan and a proud New Orleans native, I am thrilled to partner with GQ, a publication that has long supported me, for this year’s party.”

Unfortunately, the magazine’s shindig is invite-only, but we can offer tickets to some of Lil Wayne’s international shows, as well as to Super Bowl XLVII!

Lil Wayne 2013 Tour

Setting out to promote one of the most anticipated albums of the new year, Lil Wayne will embark on a European tour this coming spring. I Am Not a Human Being II, slated for a February 19 release, is Wayne’s 10th studio record and, apparently, almost his last. The rapper, who suffered from “seizure-like symptoms” while flying over Texas in October, has publicly stated the followup to I Am Not a Human Being II, entitled The Carter V, will be his final album. In other words, 2013′s global trek, and a future 2014 (2015?) tour in support of the ultimate Carter effort, are sure to make headlines, generate even more buzz, and most importantly, sell out fast!

Many fans, of course, may be left wondering why the only artist to have ever dethroned The King, charting more top 100 singles on the Billboard Hot 100 chart than Elvis Presley, would choose to abdicate. Turns out Wayne’s got more than dollar bills and the female undergarments in which to stuff them on his mind. “I have four kids,” he told radio DJ Angie Martinez, “I would feel selfish still going to the studio while it’s such a vital point in their lives.”

The young Carter clan will have to do without their dad for a good month before his official retirement, however, as Wayne’s not done yet: his first round of 2013 tour dates kicks off in Dublin March 3, to be followed by stops in Toulouse, Oslo, Paris, and Amsterdam, among other sites, through the end of the month. Look for even more shows to be added in the weeks ahead, including a full list of North American concerts.

Lil Wayne Ticket Prices

Lil Wayne Historical Ticket Prices

Shortly after Lil Wayne completed his North American tour during the spring of 2011, he announced that he would once again be touring the States, stopping at over 20 location throughout the summer. The biggest difference from the spring tour is that almost all of the shows were played at amphitheaters. The Lil Wayne tour 2011 probably played a significant part in delaying Tha Carter IV, the supposed last album of his career (explaining that his children were the reason and he “would feel selfish still going to the studio when it’s such a vital point in [his four kids'] lives, not to be there”).

With fans operating under the assumption that it was Lil Wayne’s last album (and tour) ever, I think the ticket prices did the rapper justice. Check it out:

Lil Wayne Ticket Prices

Lil’ Wayne Ticket Prices Noteables:

  • Top priced concerts are Irving, CA and Kansas City, MO at $273 and $260, respectfully.
  • Why were the ticket prices so low in Devore, CA and Auburn, WA? They are averaging $89 and $90. I can drive 45-minutes from Irvine to Devore and pay about a third of the price. Perhaps the demand for California tickets lost pressure on his third show in the state.
  • At first, I thought the performance of Rick Ross and Keri Hilson would drive prices up for the dates they are touring with Lil’ Wayne. But apparently not. (Remember: “I’m all I trust”).

Lil Wayne Avg. Ticket Prices

CityStateVenue/CountryDateAvg. Price

Los Angeles CA Shrine Auditorium 2/18/2011 $158.00
Providence RI Dunkin Donuts Center 3/16/2011 $149.04
Buffalo NY First Niagara Center 3/18/2011 $151.49
Columbus OH Nationwide Arena 3/19/2011 $142.03
Baltimore MD 1st Mariner Arena 3/20/2011 $138.41
Hampton VA Hampton Coliseum 3/23/2011 $117.58
Cleveland OH Quicken Loans Arena 3/24/2011 $134.05
Philadelphia PA Wells Fargo Center 3/26/2011 $159.19
Uniondale NY Nassau Coliseum 3/27/2011 $193.57
Uniondale NY Nassau Coliseum 3/28/2011 $178.43
University Park PA Bryce Jordan Center 3/30/2011 $148.60
Chicago IL United Center 4/1/2011 $178.92
Auburn Hills MI Palace of Auburn Hills 4/2/2011 $179.73
Washington DC Verizon Center 4/3/2011 $178.78
Sunrise FL BB&T Center 4/5/2011 $233.16
Orlando FL Amway Center 4/6/2011 $169.05
Greensboro NC Greensboro Coliseum 4/8/2011 $140.89
Atlanta GA Philips Arena 4/9/2011 $174.53
Saint Louis MO Scottrade Center 4/10/2011 $161.36
Bloomington IN Assembly Hall 4/12/2011 $136.74
New Orleans LA New Orleans Arena 4/14/2011 $166.22
Dallas TX American Airlines Center 4/15/2011 $173.27
Phoenix AZ US Airways Center 4/19/2011 $172.63
Los Angeles CA Staples Center 4/21/2011 $180.10
Los Angeles CA Staples Center 4/22/2011 $179.76
Anaheim CA Honda Center 4/23/2011 $195.67
Oakland CA Oracle Arena 4/24/2011 $145.48
Calgary AB Scotiabank Saddledome 4/29/2011 $117.92
Manchester TN Manchester Farm 6/9/2011 $348.37
Raleigh NC TWC Music Pavilion 7/15/2011 $80.27
Bristow VA Jiffy Lube Live 7/16/2011 $107.18
Mansfield MA Comcast Center 7/17/2011 $83.96
Cuyahoga Falls OH Blossom Music Center 7/22/2011 $77.94
Burgettstown PA First Niagara Pavilion 7/23/2011 $79.89
Holmdel NJ PNC Bank Arts Center 7/26/2011 $112.20
Hershey PA Giant Center 7/27/2011 $140.70
Camden NJ Susquehanna Bank Center 7/29/2011 $72.75
Pelham AL Oak Mountain Amphitheatre 8/5/2011 $142.20
Atlanta GA Aarons Amph. at Lakewood 8/6/2011 $107.43
Cincinnati OH Riverbend Music Center 8/12/2011 $100.36
Kanata ON Scotiabank Place 8/16/2011 $100.14
Toronto ON Molson Canadian Amph 8/19/2011 $142.43
Clarkston MI DTE Energy Music Theatre 8/20/2011 $103.46
Maryland Hgts. MO Verizon Wireless Amp 8/21/2011 $69.13
Kansas City MO Sprint Center 8/22/2011 $117.74
Phoenix AZ Ashley Furniture Pavilion 8/24/2011 $101.45
Chula Vista CA Cricket Wireless Amph 8/25/2011 $105.38
Irvine CA Verizon Wireless Amph 8/26/2011 $113.85
Albuquerque NM Hard Rock Casino 8/31/2011 $126.89
Mountain View CA Shoreline Amphitheatre 9/2/2011 $84.00
Auburn WA White River Amphitheatre 9/4/2011 $127.33
Omaha NE CenturyLink Center Omaha 9/7/2011 $124.52
The Woodlands TX Woodlands Pavilion 9/11/2011 $79.76
Honolulu HI Neal S Blaisdell Concert Hall 9/24/2011 $183.93
Thackerville OK WinStar World Casino 12/29/2011 $207.72
Charenton LA Cypress Bayou Casino 4/20/2012 $39.73
Las Vegas NV MGM Grand Garden Arena 9/21/2012 $501.73

Lil Wayne Past Setlist

TrackSong

1 I’m Goin’ In
2 Look At Me Now
3 Bill Gates
4 A Milli
5 Right Above It
6 Got Money
7 Go DJ
8 Blunt Blowin
9 Swag Surfin
10 Wasted
11 Ice Cream
12 Hustler Musik
13 Duffel Bag Boy
14 Motivation
15 Hair Down My Back
16 John
17 Mirror
18 I’m on One
19 Miss Me
20 She Will
21 Steady Mobbin
22 Soldier
23 President Carter
24 My Life
25 Mrs. Officer
26 Prostitute
27 Single
28 Lollipop
29 How to Love
30 Money to Blow
31 Every Girl
32 BedRock
33 Prom Queen
34 Drop the World
35 Nightmares of the Bottom
36 6 Foot 7 Foot

I Am Not A Human Being II Album Cover

Cover art for Lil Wayne's 'I Am Not a Human Being II'

Lil Wayne Videos

Lil Wayne: “A Millie”

Lil Wayne: “John”

Lil Wayne: “She Will”