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Blink-182, Lil Wayne will play KeyBank Pavilion on summer tour

Shirley McMarlin
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Blink-182 and Lil Wayne are co-headlining a summer tour that will stop July 6 at KeyBank Pavilion in Burgettstown.

It’s not just “Gossip” — it will definitely be “The Rock Show” when multi-platinum artists Blink-182 and Lil Wayne hit the road together for the first time this summer on a co-headlining tour across North America.

The tour includes a July 6 date at KeyBank Pavilion in Burgettstown.

Blink-182 and Lil Wayne recently recorded a special tour announcement video, featuring a mash-up of their hits “What’s My Age Again?” and “A Milli,” which can be viewed here.

Tickets go on sale to the general public at noon May 10 at livenation.com.

To celebrate National Concert Week, a very limited number of $20 all-in tickets are available until 10 p.m. today in select markets, while supplies last.

Citi is the official presale credit card of the tour. Citi card members can purchase presale tickets from 10 a.m. May 7 until 10 p.m. May 9 through Citi EntertainmentSM. For details, visit citientertainment.com.

Special guest Neck Deep will join on all dates of the 38-city outing that kicks off June 27 in Columbus, Ohio, and wraps Sept. 16 in Cincinnati.

Blink-182 emerged from the Southern California punk rock scene of the early 1990s, and gained fame with irreverent radio hits and MTV staples like “All the Small Things,” “Adam’s Song” and “What’s My Age Again?”

Lil Wayne’s 2008 album, “Tha Carter III” won the Grammy Award for Best Rap Album and includes the singles “Lollipop,” “A Milli” and “Got Money.”

Shirley McMarlin is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Shirley at 724-836-5750, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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