For the past few summers, Denver’s very own mainstream radio station 107.5 has been putting on some big music events featuring some of the biggest names available in hip hop and R&B. 107.5 is one of Denver’s top radio stations and has been the leading station in summer concerts in the Denver area. Their next concert event is scheduled for this weekend on September 5 featuring superstar rapper Lil Wayne as the main headliner for the All Stars IV concert that will be taking place at the Fiddler’s Green Amphitheater in Englewood, Colorado. Other music artists scheduled to perform include Lil Jon and Bone Thugs N Harmony.
According to TicketIQ, there are still over 1,000 tickets listed on the secondary market at an average price of $118.22, with the cheapest ticket priced at $29. Doors open at 5pm to the public as hip hop fans in the Denver area will not want to miss either of these performing acts especially Bone Thugs N Harmony who have been on the road throughout the year performing their groundbreaking sophomore album “E. 1999 Eternal” in its entirety.
It wasn’t too long ago that hip hop fans of the group never thought they would see the five members again following the release of their last studio album 2013’s “The Art of War: World War III,” an album made without Krayzie and Wish Bone. However, much has changed for the group in the past year as the group announced a new album, which will be the group’s final project that is in the works, featuring all five members titled as “E. 1999 Legends.” While the album has no set release date yet, it’s possible the group will provide fans a little sample of the new album this weekend at the Fiddler’s Green Amphitheater.
As for the main headliner of the event Lil Wayne, still no word on when his latest work from his popular Tha Carter series will be released as his heavily anticipated album “Tha Carter V” has been delayed numerous times over the past year. Weezy, because of the delay of “Tha Carter V”, has released two projects in 2015, the self released “Sorry 4 The Wait 2” and album titled “Free Weezy Album” this past February as the rapper has been displeased with Cash Money Records Label boss Birdman and is suing him for $51 million.
It should be a fun night on September 5 in Colorado and an expected sellout at the Fiddler’s Green Amphitheater.