Lil Wayne Reveals America's Most Wanted Tour Dates

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After being hospitalized for seizures earlier this month, Lil Wayne is recovering and ready to embark on tour alongside Atlanta's own, T.I. and Future. The rapper has revealed details for their America’s Most Wanted Music Festival.

The two-month U.S. tour kicks off at Birmingham’s Oak Mountain Amphitheater on July 7 and concludes on Sept. 1 at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater in Irvine, California. Tickets for the Mountain Dew-sponsored tour go on sale on Live Nation’s website in April.

After America's Most Wanted, Weezy will be hitting up Europe with Mac Miller in their previously announced October tour.

Additionally, the rapper's tenth studio album, I Am Not A Human Being II drops Tuesday, March 26, on Cash Money Records. The album features singles “Love Me” featuring Drake and Future, which is currently at No. 10 on Billboard’s Hot 100, as well as “No Worries” featuring Detail.
 
Check out Lil Wayne's America’s Most Wanted Music Festival dates below:
July 9: Birmingham, Alabama (Oak Mountain Amphitheater)

July 10: Nashville, Tennessee (Bridgestone Arena)

July 12: Atlanta, Georgia (Lakewood Amphitheater)

July 13: Tampa Bay, Florida (Live Nation Amphitheater)

July 14: West Palm Beach, Florida (Cruzan Amphitheater)

July 16: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (First Niagara Pavilion)

July 17: Baltimore, Maryland (1st Mariner Arena)

July 19: Wantagh, New York (Jones Beach)

July 20: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Susquehanna Bank Center)

July 21: Scranton, Pennsylvania (Toyota Pavilion)

July 23: Bangor, Maine (Bangor Amphitheater)

July 24: Holmdel, New Jersey (PNC Bank Arts Center)

July 26: Charlotte, North Carolina (Verizon Wireless Amphitheater)

July 27: Raleigh, North Carolina (Time Warner Pavilion)

July 28: Virginia Beach, Virginia (Farm Bureau Live)

July 30: Buffalo, New York (Darien Lake PAC)

July 31: Hartford, Connecticut (Comcast Theatre)

August 2: Washington, D.C. (Verizon Center)

August 3: Saratoga Springs, New York (SSPAC)

August 4: Boston, Massachusetts (Comcast Center)

August 6: Cincinnati, Ohio (Riverbend Music Pavilion)

August 7: Cleveland, Ohio (Klipsch Amphitheater)

August 9: Detroit, Michigan (Joe Louis Arena)

August 10: Chicago, Illinois (First Midwest Bank Amphitheater)

August 11: St. Louis, Missouri (Verizon Wireless Amphitheater)

August 13: Indianapolis, Indiana (Klipsch Music Center)

August 14: Memphis, Tennessee (FedEx Forum)

August 16: Dallas, Texas (Gexa Pavilion)

August 17: Austin, Texas (Austin360 Amphitheater)

August 18: Houston, Texas (CWM Pavilion)

August 20: Omaha, Nebraska (Qwest Center)

August 21: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (Chesapeake Energy Center)

August 23: Denver, Colorado (Fiddler’s Green)

August 24: Albuquerque, New Mexico (Isleta Amphitheater)

August 25: Phoenix, Arizona (Desert Sky Pavilion)

August 27: San Diego, California (Sleep Train)

August 28: Sacramento, California (Sleep Train)

August 30: Oakland, California (Sleep Train)

August 31: Las Vegas, Nevada (MGM Grand Arena)

September 1: Irvine, California (Verizon Wireless Amphitheater)

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