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Lil Wayne To Join Drake Tour Stop At Bryce Jordan Center March 31

American rapper Lil Wayne is set to join Drake and Lil Durk at the Bryce Jordan Center for the trio’s “It’s All A Blur Tour – Big As The What?”

The concert was originally scheduled for Monday, March 18, but was rescheduled to 8 p.m. on Sunday, March 31.

Lil Wayne’s career began in 1995 at age 11. From there, the New Orleans, Louisiana, native released his debut studio album, “Tha Block Is Hot,” in 1999 and released music nearly annually following its launch.

Lil Wayne released his fourth studio album, “Tha Carter,” which advanced his career toward collaborations with Destiny’s Child and residencies on the Billboard Hot 100 charts.

The rapper has released 13 studio albums and has five Grammy victories and 27 nominations. Lil Wayne most recently picked up Grammy nominations for Song of the Year, Best Rap Song, and Best Rap Performance for “GOD DID” in 2023. He won a Grammy in 2017 for Best Rap Performance for “No Problem.”

Tickets for the show are still on sale for between $165 and $520. A pair of floor tickets are selling for just shy of $500, while two tickets in the upper bowl are offered for around $250. For more ticket options, visit Ticketmaster.

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