Blink-182 and Lil Wayne join forces to co-headline a Summer tour with special guest Neck Deep. Tickets prices start at $37.50.
It’s time to get in an “Uproar”! Multi-platinum, award-winning artists Blink-182 and Lil Wayne announced they’ll be hitting the road together for the first time ever on a co-headlining tour across North America this summer. Special guest Neck Deep will join on all dates. The massive 38-city tour will complete with Cincinnati as it’s second to last stop.
Tickets range from $37.50-$168.50 and are available to purchase on online. All ticket pricing includes parking and is subject to applicable fees. There is a limit of 8 tickets per household. Dates, times and artists subject to change without notice. Buy Tickets
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To celebrate the upcoming tour, Blink-182 and Lil Wayne recently got together to record a special tour announcement video, featuring a mash-up of their hits “What’s My Age Again?” and “A Milli.” Watch the video now below:
Fans can expect a tour like no other from the two artists who have both defined and defied their respective genres over the past two decades. They have both seen incredible success in their long-lasting careers with the astonishing number of awards, multi-platinum albums and singles and #1 songs stacked between the two of them – a testament to each’s long-standing and loyal fan bases.
About Lil Wayne Lil Wayne began his career as a near-novelty, a preteen delivering hardcore Southern hip-hop. Through years of maturation and prolific output, he developed into a million-selling artist with a massive body of work. Wayne debuted at the age of 12, received his first platinum certification only five years later as a member of the Hot Boys. Immediately thereafter, he became a formidable solo artist with Tha Block Is Hot (1999). During a period of constant output entailing not just successful albums but also reputation-building mixtapes and featured appearances on pop hits like Destiny’s Child’s “Soldier” (2004), he reached mainstream superstar status with Tha Carter III (2008).
A triple-platinum blockbuster, it spawned the number one pop hit “Lollipop” and the number six follow-up “A Milli,” and netted three Grammy awards, including Best Rap Album. Throughout the 2010s, despite numerous legal and creative battles, Wayne continued to be a regular presence on the upper reaches of the charts with albums such as Tha Carter IV (2011) and I Am Not a Human Being II (2013), additional smash singles as a headliner, and a continually lengthening list of collaborative hits, including the multi-platinum “Sucker for Pain” (for the Suicide Squad soundtrack in 2016) and “I’m the One” (headlined by DJ Khaled in 2017).
About Blink-182 California trio Blink-182 is the most popular band to emerge from the post-Green Day mainstream explosion of pop-punk. At a time when competition with teen pop and nu-metal were not unheard of, blink-182 released a steady stream of hits, bolstered by humorous, tongue-in-cheek music videos that were popular in the waning days of MTV’s musical programming. The band formed in the suburbs of San Diego, California around guitarist/vocalist Tom DeLonge, bassist/vocalist Mark Hoppus, and drummer Scott Raynor. Originally known as simply Blink, the band debuted in 1993 with a self-released EP, Fly Swatter.
After releasing the album Buddha in 1994, the trio signed to Grilled Cheese/Cargo and released Cheshire Cat the following year. The threat of a lawsuit from a similarly named Irish band forced them to change their name to blink-182, but that did not slow them down: the group earned a higher profile by touring the world, in addition to appearing on innumerable skate/surf/snowboarding videos.