Lil Wayne announces Welcome to Tha Carter tour that might hold some hints
Minneapolis, Minnesota - Lil Wayne is hitting the road, and may have hinted at new music to come!
The 40-year-old rapper has announced the Welcome to tha Carter Tour, presented by Young Money and Rolling Loud. The tour is set to kick off this spring.
The 28-stop concert series will hit cities across the US as well as one show in Toronto.
The tour will begin on April 4 with a show at Fillmore Minneapolis and will wrap up on the West Coast at The Wiltern in Los Angeles on May 13.
Lil Wayne hasn't released a new album since 2021's Fund Babies, which was a collaboration with Rich Tha Kid. In 2022, he worked with Machine Gun Kelly, featuring on the track ay!.
In August, the How to Love musician teased an upcoming Tha Carter VI album during a live performance at a Young Money reunion show, but the project's release date has yet to be confirmed. The last Tha Carter album, V, dropped back in 2018.
Given the name of the newly announced tour, fans can hopefully expect an update on the sixth installment sometime soon.
Tickets for the Welcome to tha Carter Tour will go on sale Friday February 3 at 10 AM EST.
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