Lil Wayne’s “Lil Weezyana Fest” is back for a fourth year.
This year’s celebration will take place on Aug. 25 at Champions Square in New Orleans. So far, Tunechi hasn’t announced any guests, but a flyer indicates that he will headline the concert once again.
But Wayne won’t just be headlining the show. He will be performing a special 10-year anniversary set in honor his landmark album, Tha Carter III, which featured smashes like “Lollipop,” “A Milli,” “Mr. Carter,” “Mrs. Officer,” and more.
The Young Money boss has headlined every Lil Weezyana Fest thus far, starting with a special performance in 2015, when he reunited with the Hot Boys and brought Drake out as a surprise.
In 2016, Wayne headlined the event alongside 2 Chainz. This was shortly after they dropped their collaborative ColleGrove LP. Last year, he headlined the show, which featured performances by Gucci Mane, Rich the Kid, Monica, and Jadakiss.
Before his Lil Weezyana Fest goes down, Wayne will celebrate his past work at Hot 97’s Summer Jam in New York. Tunechi will perform songs from the Carter series at the event, which will be headlined by Kendrick Lamar.
Wayne is still embroiled in an ongoing legal battle with Cash Money. Their $51 million lawsuit rages on despite rumors a reconciliation.