Drake and Lil Wayne - Sept. 3
This is the only performance scheduled in South Florida for the tour (it goes to Tampa on Sept. 4),
though Sept. 1-2 are open dates.
Drizzy and Weezy , of course, are not strangers. Lil Wayne's 2009 America's Most Wanted tour was the setting
for Canadian rapper Drake's big breakout, and the two collaborated for the recent single, "Believe Me."
Both also have been fixtures in courtside seats for Miami Heat games, though not lately.
7 p.m. Weds., Sept. 3; $51-$841
Cruzan Amphitheatre, 601-7 Sansburys Way, West Palm Beach
Click here for tickets.
- Ben Crandell
(Ian Gavan / Getty Images / Courtesy /March 24, 2014)
Crosby, Stills & Nash will extend their popular 2014 tour with a new slate of summer dates that begin Aug. 6 at Fort Lauderdale’s Broward Center for the Performing Arts.
Tickets for the show will be available with a presale beginning at 10 a.m. April 30 at CrosbyStillsNash.com. No word on prices yet, but CSN says all will be priced under $100. The trio will donate $1 from each ticket to charity, and special benefit seats will be available through GuacFund.org.
The tour began in March with a month’s worth of shows that were all sell-outs. More dates were scheduled for July, and the tour will now run into October.
David Crosby, who underwent heart surgery earlier this year, is performing a series of shows in Los Angeles and San Francisco this month in support of “Croz,” his first solo album in 20 years. All of the shows are sell-outs.
Stephen Stills recently announced a 17-date West Coast tour in May with the Rides, featuring guitarist Kenny Wayne Shepherd.
Graham Nash’s most recent release is the autobiography “Wild Tales: A Rock & Roll Life,” published in September by Crown Publishing Group. He also spent most of 2013 exhibiting his artwork and photography.
For more information on the Aug. 6 concert, visit BrowardCenter.org.
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