Dwayne Carter, Jr., best known as Lil Wayne, is a critically acclaimed and award winning American rapper. He debuted in 1999 with “The Block Is Hot” and has since released five additional studio records with plans for two more albums in 2009, as well as 10 official mixtapes. On tour, Lil Wayne regularly fills arenas and stadiums. However, he ran into legal problems early in 2009 when he cancelled a New York concert, which had already been rescheduled (and subsequently cancelled) twice. Lil Wayne has also faced various charges for drug and weapons charges, but regardless of his legal woes, remains one of the most popular and in-demand artists of his genre.

blink-182 Postpones El Paso Gig Amid Mass Shooting
blink-182 were slated to perform in El Paso with Neck Deep last night on their summer tour, but they had to postpone the show following a mass shooting. On Saturday, a man began to open fire with an AK-style semiautomatic rifle at a Walmart Supercenter, killing 20 people and... Read more
Lil Wayne Fans Demand Refunds After Rapper Cancels Last-Minute
Lil Wayne is currently co-headlining a tour with blink-182, but ahead of his set on Friday, the 36-year-old rapper called-off his performance due to illness. The gig was slated to take place at the MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre in Tampa, Florida. He told fans just a few hours before... Read more
Lil Wayne Threatens To Quit Remainder Of blink-182 Tour Due To Small Crowds
Rapper Lil Wayne isn’t receiving the outcome he had hoped for on his summer co-headlining tour with blink-182. During a show last night in Virginia at Jiffy Lube Live, Lil Wayne cut his set short after just four songs and then threatened to remove himself from the tour. In... Read more
CONCACAF Claims Top Three Spots On Mid-Week Best Sellers
The Confederation of North, Central America, and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) continues its weeks-long streak at the top of the best seller’s list, according to Ticket Club sales data. CONCACAF scored the top three spots on yesterday’s best-sellers; yesterday’s match between Mexico and Haiti rose to number one. Mexico advanced to... Read more
Tyler, the Creator, Jason Mraz Among Tickets on Sale Friday
Rapper Tyler, the Creator and singer-songwriter Jason Mraz are among artists releasing tickets to shows on Friday. Tyler, the Creator, fresh off festival performances at Boston Calling and Governor’s Ball, announced his upcoming tour this week in support of his new album IGOR. Mraz announced intimate An Evening with... Read more
Comedy Shows Headline Friday Tickets On Sale
Comedians lead the pack for Friday tickets on sale. Chelsea Handler’s sit-down comedy tour in promotion of her recent book Life Will Be The Death Of Me will have general sale tickets available tomorrow, as will Aziz Ansari’s upcoming visits to Springfield, Bethlehem and Monticello and Anjelah Johnson’s Technically... Read more
Outside Lands 2019 Announces Star-Studded Lineup
The San Francisco-based Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival has announced its lineup of performers. The festival begins August 9 at Golden Gate Park and runs through August 11. Soul, hip-hop, rhythm and blues, pop-rock, classics and more will be represented at the three-day festival. Outside Lands will kick-off... Read more
False Shooter Scares Crowd At Miami’s Rolling Loud Festival
Concertgoers were sent into a panic on Friday night during Miami’s Rolling Loud Festival after there were false reports of an active shooter. The festival, which ran from Friday, May 10 through Sunday, May 12, featured performances from Cardi B, Migos, and Lil Uzi Vert. “Shortly after 11pm on... Read more
Blink-182, Lil Wayne Team Up For Summer Co-Headlining Tour
The punk-rockers of blink-182 are hitting the road this summer with rapper Lil Wayne for a diverse, co-headlining run across the U.S. The Live Nation-produced show will kick-off in Columbus, Ohio at Nationwide Arena, followed by shows at Hartford’s XFINITY Theatre, Pennsylvania’s Hershey Park Stadium, the Darien Lake Amphitheatre... Read more
Lil Wayne, Migos Face 500K Lawsuit For Allegedly Booking Fake Gigs
Rapper Lil Wayne and hip-hop group Migos are facing a $500,000 lawsuit from an investor who claims the artists were booked for shows that never happened. Investor Ramin Natan reportedly loaned over $500,000 to the third-party organization Eric Stenger and Echelon Music Group in 2017, according to JasmineBRAND. The... Read more