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Lil Wayne Sets Summer Tour Dates

Rapper will hit the road July 9th in Birmingham, Alabama

March 25, 2013 1:35 PM ET
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After confusing and conflicting reports about his health following another recent bout with seizures, Lil Wayne has made clear he's most definitely alive – so alive, he's announced a new summer tour with T.I. and Future. America's Most Wanted Music Festival will kick off on July 9th at Birmingham, Alabama's Oak Mountain Ampitheatre. Weezy will be on the road for about two months, wrapping up on September 1st at Irvine, California's Verizon Wireless Ampitheatre. Full tour dates follow below. After his U.S. leg, Lil Wayne will visit Europe with Mac Miller for an October tour. For more information, visit the Young Money website.

7/9 Birmingham, Alabama – Oak Mountain Amphitheater
7/10 Nashville, Tennessee – Bridgestone Arena
7/12 Atlanta, Georgia – Lakewood Amphitheater
7/13 Tampa Bay, Florida – Live Nation Amphitheater
7/14 West Palm Beach, Florida – Cruzan Amphitheater
7/16 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – First Niagara Pavilion
7/17 Baltimore, Maryland – 1st Mariner Arena
7/19 Wantagh, New York – Jones Beach
7/20 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – Susquehanna Bank Center
7/21 Scranton, Pennsylvania – Toyota Pavilion
7/23 Bangor, Maine – Bangor Amphitheater
7/24 Holmdel, New Jersey – PNC Bank Arts Center
7/26 Charlotte, North Carolina – Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
7/27 Raleigh, North Carolina – Time Warner Pavilion
7/28 Virginia Beach, Virginia – Farm Bureau Live
7/30 Buffalo, New York – Darien Lake PAC
7/31 Hartford, Connecticut – Comcast Theatre
8/2 Washington, D.C. – Verizon Center
8/3 Saratoga Springs, New York – SSPAC
8/4 Boston, Massachusetts – Comcast Center
8/6 Cincinnati, Ohio – Riverbend Music Pavilion
8/7 Cleveland, Ohio – Klipsch Amphitheater
8/9 Detroit, Michigan – Joe Louis Arena
8/10 Chicago, Illinois – First Midwest Bank Amphitheater
8/11 St. Louis, Missouri – Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
8/13 Indianapolis, Indiana – Klipsch Music Center
8/14 Memphis, Tennessee – FedEx Forum
8/16 Dallas, Texas – Gexa Pavilion
8/17 Austin, Texas – Austin360 Amphitheater
8/18 Houston, Texas – CWM Pavilion
8/20 Omaha, Nebraska – Qwest Center
8/21 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma – Chesapeake Energy Center
8/23 Denver, Colorado – Fiddler’s Green
8/24 Albuquerque, New Mexico – Isleta Amphitheater
8/25 Phoenix, Arizona – Desert Sky Pavilion
8/27 San Diego, California – Sleep Train
8/28 Sacramento, California – Sleep Train
8/30 Oakland, California – Sleep Train
8/31 Las Vegas, Nevada – MGM Grand Arena
9/1 Irvine, California – Verizon Wireless Amphitheater

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