Believe me: Lil Wayne is coming to Gilt Nightclub in March



Lil Wayne had kind of a rough 2014, struggling with his label Cash Money over Tha Carter V and making it up to fans with his Sorry 4 the Wait 2 mixtape, but in case you guys have been sleeping on Gilt Nightclub's calendar, your wait to hear live hits already released from the controversial album ends on Sunday, March 22, when Lil Wayne stops by Orlando to party at Gilt. 

Tickets for the show start at $60 for early bird admission and go on up to $150 for VIP (which promises a "closer party experience with Lil Wayne"). But for anyone rich as fuck with a whole crew that's super geeked out about the show, there are three tiers of very limited packages for your entourage between $1,800 and $3,000 for parties of five, eight or 10. All the info you need is here.

If you're curious how the Cash Money legal battle has impacted Orlando rapper Caskey who's also on the label, check out our interview here before his show on Saturday at Venue 578. P.S. Rick Ross was also announced at Gilt on Sunday, May 24, so we can probably expect Gilt's calendar to stay schemin' all year.

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