Lil Wayne Official Club Tour Dates Announced — Saint Louis Rescheduled

Lil Wayne has been under a lot of stress lately, but it appears that he is back up and running. On March 17, Lil Wayne announced through a variety of media outlets that he was going back on the road until the end of May. Unlike a full tour at a huge venue, this tour is specifically focused on club appearances — which adds a little bit of mystery for fans.

Could this mean that you actually get to shake hands with Lil Wayne in person? It is not uncommon for celebrities to use club appearances to secure an entire small venue to the point that it allows someone like Lil Wayne to personally interact with fans — but depending on the venue, a meet and greet with someone like Lil Wayne may not be possible.

Regardless of whether or not they get to meet Lil Wayne personally, St. Louis fans will simply be relieved that the recently canceled performance date has been quickly rescheduled. As previously covered by the Inquisitr, Lil Wayne had a bad night performing on stage in Florida, stormed off stage, and then subsequently canceled his performance in St. Louis.

On March 13, Lil Wayne hosted the first Sorry 4 Tha Wait 2 mixtape release part at BLVD Nights in Kansas City, Missouri. A Lil Wayne fan website says, “During the event, Weezy chilled in VIP and also performed “Fingers Hurting,” “Coco,” “Truffle Butter,” and more songs live for the people in attendance…. Young Money’s Mack Maine, Cortez Bryant, Hood, and Lil Twist were also in attendance.”

One important thing to keep in mind is that this Lil Wayne tour is not for Tha Carter V or in relation to his constant #FWA tags on Instagram and Twitter. Instead, this tour is about the mixtape Lil Wayne released in early 2015 called Sorry 4 the Wait 2.

According to Rap-Up, Lil Wayne is about to drop a “video for his remix to O.T Genasis’ ‘CoCo’ off Sorry 4 the Wait 2″ and includes the teaser video.

The Lil Wayne Release Partiez club tour dates are as follows (more dates may be added in the future).

March 19: Tampa, Florida at Club Skye
March 20: Tallahassee, Florida at Coliseum Nightclub
March 21: Ft. Lauderdale, Florida at Revolution Live
March 22: Orlando, Florida at Gilt Nightclub
April 2: Jacksonville, Florida at Club Aqua
April 3: Destin, Florida at Nightown Club
April 4: Biloxi, Mississippi at Kress Live
April 5: New Orleans, Louisiana at The Hyatt Regency
April 8: Baton Rouge, Louisiana at XO Nightclub
April 9: Jackson, Mississippi at Freelons
April 11: Memphis, Tennessee at Red Zone
April 12: Nashville, Tennessee at Marathon Music Works
April 16: Columbus, Ohio at Xclusive Nightclub
April 17: Cleveland, Ohio at The Bank Nightclub
April 18: Cincinnati, Ohio at Celebrities Nightclub
April 19: Indianapolis, Indiana at Suite 38
May 31: St. Louis, Missouri, venue to be determined.

[All images via the referenced links.]