Lil Wayne confirms debut Irish concert - and we have tickets to give away!
Multiple Grammy winning (not to mention multiplatinum selling) hip hop superstar Lil' Wayne will make his Irish bow at The O2 in Dublin on Friday 8th March next.
One of the biggest star's in hip-hop, Lil' Wayne has cultivated an edgy reputation throughout his career. The star, real name Dwayne Michael Carter, Jr., has several arrests, incarcerations and lawsuits against his name and has used that notoriety to further his career. In fact, his 2011 tour 'I Am Still Music' grossed him over $47 million making it one of the most profitable tours of that year.
Lil' Wayne's tenth album I Am Not A Human Being 2 will be released in early 2013 and he will be embarking on his first European tour since 2009 in support of it.
"You can't compare any other artist out there to me", Waybe modestly declared when speaking of the upcoming tour. "They are them, I am me. Nobody can do what I do. I am the best at what I do and that's everything". Well, let's face it, the rap game isn't particularly known for the humble nature of its stars.
Tickets for the show go on sale from 8am on Thursday 13th December and are priced at €48-45.
We have a pair of tickets to the gig to give away, go have a look over at entertainment.ie/competitions
Lil' Wayne European Tour March 2013
Fri 08 Ireland, Dublin 02 Arena
Sun 10 France, Toulouse Zenith
Mon 11 France, Marseille Le Dome
Wed 13 Denmark, Copenhagen Tap 1
Thu 14 Norway, Oslo Spektrum
Fri 15 Sweden, Stockholm Globe
Sun 17 France, Amneville Le Galaxy
Mon 18 Germany, Hamburg Sporthalle
Tue 19 Germany, Berlin Velodrom
Thu 21 France, Paris Bercy
Fri 22 Germany, Dusseldorf Mitsubishi Electric Halle
Sat 23 Switzerland, Davos
Mon 25 Belgium, Brussels Forest Club
Tue 26 Germany, Frankfurt Festhalle
Wed 27 Netherlands, Amsterdam Ziggo
Story by John Balfe | 18:18 | Tuesday 4th December 2012 | Music News
were can I get tickets ukPosted 22:20 | Tue 4th Dec 2012
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