Stampede at Lil Wayne’s New Orleans music festival causes minor injuries, booth damage | Music | nola.com

Several attendees of Lil Wayne’s Lil WeezyAna Fest received minor injuries during a stampede following rapper Meek Mill’s performance on Saturday night.
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The stampede occurred after rapper Meek Mill’s performance at the festival. 

NOLA.com reports that either a fight or false reports of gunfire caused the panic. 

A mirroring incident happened last October in Atlanta where a Lil Wayne concert ended with at least a dozen people receiving minor injuries after people fled after someone in the crowd reportedly yelled that gunshots had been fired.

Makes you wonder why would someone want to create chaos at such a star-studded fun event.??? Im in Chicago and knowing Lil Wayne had a ferris wheel and who knows what else on the lakefront brought back so many childhood memories of Jazzland. I’m happy to hear that there were no major injuries or violence and I hope everyone had enjoyed themselves. Some people just need to cut it…Messing up the party…Party poopers!!!

Rap fans flee a Lil Wayne concert in Atlanta.

An entrance to Lil Weezyana Fest in New Orleans, Louisiana, on Saturday, Sept. 7, 2019.  Advocate staff photo by KEITH SPERA

The one-day festival kicked off this afternoon at UNO Lakefront Arena in New Orleans, where some of the biggest names in hip-hop will took to the stage. This is the the fifth annual event, which will include performances by Megan Thee Stallion, Travis Scott, Meek Mill, Saweetie, Trey Songz, Kash Doll, Melii, Leven Kali, Akbar V and of course Lil Wayne.

The WeezyAna Fest 2019 will conclude this year’s TIDAL X: Festival Season, which has given users access to the hottest music events of the summer.

You can live stream the festival via TIDAL tidal.com/browse/video/117049479?play=true


During a sit down with New Orleans radio station Q93, Lil Wayne confirmed that his upcoming album, Funeral, is on the way. Originally, Weezy was asked by radio host Wild Wayne on whether or not fans could expect a follow-up to Tha Carter V. “I’m not sure,” Wayne said. “I wouldn’t count it out but the Funeral is my next album. I’ma be dropping that by the end of the year.”

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