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Lil Wayne Extends 'I Am Still Music' Tour

Rick Ross to stay on as show opener

May 9, 2011 10:00 AM ET
Lil Wayne Extends 'I Am Still Music' Tour

Lil Wayne's immensely popular I Am Still Music tour, which has already hit 25 cities in North America, is about to be extended through the summer. The rapper will embark a new leg that will hit 40 cities between mid-July and mid-September, kicking off with a show at the Comcast Theater in Hartford, Connecticut on July 13th.

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Rick Ross, who had been a support act on the previous leg of the tour and the original I Am Music jaunt in 2008, will also be featured during this round of touring. Pop singer Keri Hilson, hip-hop group Far East Movement and R&B vocalist Lloyd will also open for Weezy at every show this summer.

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Here is the full itinerary for the second leg of the I Am Still Music Tour. Tickets for select dates will go on sale through LiveNation.com starting the weekend of May 20th.

7/13 Comcast Theater, Hartford, CT
7/15 Jiffy Lube Live Amphitheater, Bristow, VA
7/16 PNC Bank Arts Center, Holmdel, NJ
7/17 Comcast Center, Mansfield, MA
7/19 Toyota Pavilion, Scranton, PA
7/20 Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, NY
7/22 Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, OH
7/23 Susquehanna Bank Center, Camden, NJ
7/24 Darien Lake, Darien, NY
7/26 Hershey Pavilion, Hershey, PA
7/27 Riverbed Amphitheater, Cincinnatti, OH
7/29 Walnut Creek, Raleigh, NC
7/30 Farm Bureau Amphitheater, Virginia Beach, VA
8/2 Cruzan Amphitheater, West Palm Beach, FL
8/3 1-800 ASK GARY Amphitheater
8/5 Verizon Wireless Music Center, Birmingham, AL
8/6 Aaron's At Lakewood, Atlanta, GA
8/7 Verizon Wireless Amphitheater, Charlotte, NC
8/9 XCEL Center, Minneapolis, MN
8/10 Marcus Amphitheater, Milwaukee, WI
8/12 First Niagara Pavilion, Pittsburgh, PA
8/13 Midwest Amphitheater, Tinley, IL
8/14 Verizon Wireless Amphitheater, Noblesville, IN
8/16 Scotia Bank Place, Ottawa, ON
8/17 Bell Centre, Montreal, QC
8/19 Molson Amphitheater, Toronto, ON
8/20 DTE Energy Theater, Clarkston, MI
8/21 Verizon Wireless Amphitheater, Maryland Heights, MO
8/23 Spring Center, Kansas City, MO
8/25 Ashley Furniture Pavilion, Phoenix, AZ
8/26 Cricket Wireless, San Diego, CA
8/27/11 Glen Helen Pavilion, San Bernardino, CA
8/30 Comfort Dental, Denver, CO
8/31 Hard Rock Pavilion, Albuquerque, NM
9/2 Shoreline Amphitheater, Mountain View, CA
9/3 Sleep Train Amphitheater, Marysville, CA
9/7 Qwest Arena, Omaha, NE
9/9 AT&T Center, San Antonio, TX
9/10 Gexa Energy Pavilion, Dallas, TX
9/11 Woodlands Amphitheater, Woodlands, TX

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