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Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Gilt Nightclub invites you to end your week with Weezy

Posted By on Wed, Mar 18, 2015 at 9:33 AM

click to enlarge RJ SHAUGHNESSY
  • RJ Shaughnessy
Lil Wayne trades “Liv on Sundays” for “Gilt on Sunday” with an opportunity to end your week with Weezy. That’s right, Lil Wayne is performing live at the newly renovated Gilt nightclub (formerly Roxy) this Sunday. An artist with such an illustrious career and legendary stature is sure to bring out a packed crowd, and with the depth of Wayne’s discography he can play hits for hours alongside newer tracks from his most recent Sorry 4 the Wait 2 mix tape. With a rugged ongoing legal battle between longtime record label Cash Money Records, Wayne’s got steam to blow and is likely to let it all go this Sunday. VIP packages are available for a closer party experience with the hip-hop legend – but whichever option you choose, it would be wise to arrive early. 

LIL WAYNE 9 p.m. Sunday, March 22 | Gilt Nightclub, 740 Bennet Road | 407-504-7699 | giltnightclub.com | $45-$2,500


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