Lil Wayne's North America Tour Dates Announced
Rapper Lil Wayne has mapped a series of a roadshow across North America. The gigs are held to continue promoting his sixth studio album "Tha Carter III" which has come out since June 2008.
The tour will be started on December 6 in Rochester, New York as a re-scheduling date for his previously-postponed concert on October 26 at Blue Cross Arena. After the makeup date, there are at least eleven scheduled shows in December 2008 and two dates in January 2009.
Some of the gigs will also be supported by guest appearances from Keyshia Cole, T-Pain, Gym Class Heroes, and Keri Hilson. They will rock out Lil Wayne's performances in Houston, Dallas, Oakland, Detroit, and Atlanta.
Lil Wayne's tour dates:
- December 06, 2008 - at Blue Cross Arena in Rochester, New York.
- December 14, 2008 - at American Airlines Arena in Miami, Florida
- December 18, 2008 - at Toyota Center in Houston, Texas
- December 19, 2008 - at American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas
- December 21, 2008 - at Gibson Amphitheatre in Universal CityWalk Universal City, California
- December 23, 2008 - at ORACLE Arena in Oakland, California
- December 26, 2008 - at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, Michigan
- Decembegr 27, 2008 - at United Center/WGCI Big Jam in Chicago, Illinois
- December 28, 2008 - at Susquehanna Bank Center/Power 99 HollaDay Jam in Camden, New Jersey
- December 29, 2008 - at Greensboro Coliseum Complex in Greensboro, North Calrolina
- December 30, 2008 - at Verizon Center in Washington, DC
- December 31, 2008 - at Philips Arena in Atlanta, Georgia
- January 02, 2009 - at Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte, North Carolina
- January 03, 2009 - at Hampton Coliseum in Hampton, Virginia
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