Lil Wayne is celebrating the 10 year anniversary of Tha Carter III this year at his Lil Weezyana Fest.

Wayne went on Instagram yesterday to promote the fourth annual festival, which will take place in his native New Orleans on August 25. The first annual festival took place back in August 2015 and has included big time names like 2 Chainz, Drake and Gucci Mane.

Tha Carter III was significant, signaling Wayne's dominance with tracks including "Comfortable," "Lollipop" and the Bangladesh produced banger,  "A Milli," which remains a favorite to this day. The album featured everyone from JAY-Z to Busta Rhymes and T-Pain and also included production from Kanye West on "Comfortable" and "Let's Build the Beat."

As for the Tha Carter V, which has yet to see the light of day, Birdman has promised that it will drop sometime this year, though we'll have to wait and see if he makes good on that promise.

At any rate, the line-up for the 4th annual Weezyana Fest has not been announced. But you can purchase tickets starting at $65 over at  Live Nation. Oh, and side note: if you bring a water bottle, please don't throw it on stage. Wayne really does not like that.

 

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