Lil Wayne Pushes Back European Tour With Mac Miller To October [Update: New Dates Revealed]

Lil Wayne Pushes Back European Tour With Mac Miller To October [Update: New Dates Revealed]

Lil Wayne has decided that he is moving back his European tour with Mac Miller until October, originally scheduled to kick off in March. The decision was made in an effort to give Weezy more time to develop and plan out his "I Am Not A Human Being II" project.

Lil Wayne may not be speaking “foreign money like a European dude” as soon as European fans had hoped. Back in December, Tunechi announced that he was planning a worldwide tour in an effort to promote his upcoming I Am Not A Human Being II album. With mega hits like Bitches Love Me and My Homies Still on heavy rotation around the world, the foreign crowd was ecstatic to hear the new records live as soon as March 8th. However, according to an email from Ziggo Dome to LilWayneHQ, the Young Money CEO is not quite ready to go on tour.

Although his track list for I Am Not A Human Being II was just released, fans will have to wait until the fall to see this high flying dread act. In a press release from Weezy himself, he explains that in order to give fans the best experience possible, his tour is being pushed back to October 2013.

Wayne's statement reads, “I am rescheduling my European tour in order to release my album, I Am Not A Human Being II, world wide on March 26th. I didn’t want my tour or album to be rushed, so despite my best hopes, I have made the decision to push back the tour to October 2013. I cannot thank my European fans enough for their patience and look forward to performing in the fall with Mac Miller. I never do anything halfway, and I promise to bring what will be an incredible live show experience.”

No word on if he will be performing in the United States or elsewhere after that. I Am Not A Human Being II, as you previously read, will be out March 26th.

[Update: New Dates Revealed]

Here they are:

  • October 9 | Dublin, Ireland | The O2
  • October 12 | Toulouse, France | Zenith De Toulouse
  • October 13 | Marseille, France | Le Dome De Marseille
  • October 14 | Amneville, France | Galaxie
  • October 16 | Paris, France | Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy
  • October 17 | Brussels, Belgium | Forest National Club
  • October 19 | Dusseldorf, Germany | Mitsubishi Electric Hall
  • October 21 | Amsterdam, Netherlands | Ziggo Dome
  • October 24 | Stockholm, Sweden | Ericsson Globe
  • October 25 | Oslo, Norway | Oslo Spektrum
  • October 26 | Copenhagen, Denmark | TAP1
  • October 28 | Frankfurt, Germany | Festhalle
  • October 29 | Hamburg, Germany | Alsterdorfer Sporthalle
  • October 30 | Berlin, Germany | Velodrom
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