Lil Wayne Added to Performers for Yo Gotti’s Annual Birthday Bash Concert
After dropping his new mixtape, Gotti Made-It, with Mike Will Made-It last night, Yo Gotti is giving fans some more good news regarding his Yo Gotti and Friends Birthday Bash concert set for later this month.
The concert, scheduled to take place in his hometown of Memphis for the fifth year, will now feature a guest performance by Lil Wayne.
In the past, Gotti has been able to bring in some top-notch talent for the event, with Nicki Minaj, Jeezy, Meek Mill, Rich Homie Quan, DeJ Loaf and others performing in prior years. The CMG rapper is definitely trying to put on for the city that raised him.
“This is my way to give back to the city, by reaching out to some of my friends in the industry and bringing the biggest concert of the summer to my hometown,” Gotti said in a recent interview with local radio station, WHRK 97.1, who is partnering with him to put together the concert. “This will be the biggest concert yet. For the first time we will shut down the Fedex Forum Arena for ‘Birthday Bash 5.'”
The Yo Gotti and Friends Birthday Bash takes place June 29 with tickets currently available at Ticketmaster here.
Yo Gotti and Meek Mill will also embark on their Against All Odds tour, a week after Gotti's Birthday Bash. Check out all of the dates for the tour below.
Yo Gotti and Meek Mill Against All Odds Tour Dates
July 5 – Cleveland, Ohio – Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica – Buy Here
July 6 – Indianapolis, Ind. – Klipsch Music Center – Buy Here
July 7 – Detroit, Mich. – Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre at Freedom Hill – Buy Here
July 9 – St. Louis, Mo. – Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre – Buy Here
July 12 – Boston, Mass. – Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell – Buy Here
July 14 – New York, N.Y. – Hammerstein Ballroom – Buy Here
July 15 – Reading, Pa. – The Santander Arena – Buy Here
July 18 – Baltimore, M.D. – Pier Six Pavilion – Buy Here
July 19 – Charlotte, N.C. – Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre – Buy Here
July 21 – Atlanta, Ga. – Lakewood Amphitheatre – Buy Here
July 22 – Jacksonville, Fla. – Daily’s Place – Buy Here
July 23 – Miami, Fla. – Bayfront Park Amphitheatre – Buy Here
July 25 – Nashville, Tenn. – Nashville Municipal Auditorium – Buy Here
July 27 – New Orleans, La. – UNO Lakefront Arena – Buy Here
July 28 – Houston, Texas – Revention Music Center – Buy Here
July 29 – Austin, Texas – HEB Center at Cedar Park – Buy Here
July 30 – Dallas, Texas – South Side Ballroom – Buy Here
Aug. 1 – Denver, Colo. – Fillmore Auditorium – Buy Here
Aug. 3 – Phoenix, Ariz. – Comerica Theatre – Buy Here
Aug. 4 – Los Angeles, Cali. – Hollywood Palladium – Buy Here
Aug. 8 – Seattle, Wash. – WaMu Theater – Buy Here
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