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Student Tickets for Jordan Center Tour Visit w/ Lil Wayne Available Thursday

The Jordan Center announced this morning (using social media of course) that ticket sales for the upcoming visit of the ‘I am Music II’ featuring the one and only recently incarcerated Lil Wayne, not to mention Monster-diva Nicki Minaj. The duo is going to be rounded out by Rick Ross and Travis Barker.

Regular ticket sales begin Friday at 10:00 am. Tickets will be sold for $39.75, $59.75, and $79.75.

Student ticket sales– subsidized by the folks at UPAC– will go on presale starting Thursday at 12:00 pm noon. There will almost certainly be huge demand for this concert so get there early. The tickets will be sold at $10 less than face value… a good discount if you can get it.

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