Snoop Dogg FINALLY confirms new tour dates with massive gig in Manchester
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Snoop Dogg has announced a massive gig at the AO Arena in Manchester in 2023 as he finally reconfirms tour dates.
The legendary rapper was meant to perform here in 2020 but had to move it due to the pandemic, and then pushed his show back again earlier this year.
But now his UK and Ireland tour is all set for next spring, with some huge names coming on tour with him – including Xzibit as a special guest for England and Scotland.
Also joining the tour will be West Coast hip hop royalty Warren G, Tha Dogg Pound, Obie Trice and D12, plus Irish rap duo Versatile.
With more than 25 years under his belt in his rap career, Snoop Dogg (previously known as Snoop Doggy Dogg and, briefly, Snoop Lion) will be performing from his massive collection of 19 solo studio albums and five collaborative albums at the AO Arena.
His singles have included Drop It Like It’s Hot with Pharrell, Gin and Juice, and What’s My Name?, collaborating with the likes of 2Pac, Miley Cyrus, Bruno Mars, Stevie Wonder and Drake over the course of his career.
He was first discovered by Dr Dre in the early 1990s, and his debut album Doggystyle (produced by Dre himself) climbed straight to the top of the Billboard hip-hop charts.
Now, he has the distinction for having the most Grammy nominations of any music artist— 17 to date – without having won one.
His success has spilled onto the screen too, with appearances in films like Starsky & Hutch and Training Day.
He’s also the face of that inescapably catchy Just Eat advert…
In 2015 he launched Leafs By Snoop, making him the first a-list celebrity to brand a line of cannabis products.
Ticket presale starts at 9am on 22 December 2022 and general sale is from 12pm – get your Snoop Dogg tickets through See Tickets here.
Snoop Dogg UK and Ireland 2023 tour dates
- 14 March – Belfast, SSE Arena
- 15 March – Manchester, AO Arena
- 16 March – Glasgow, SEC Hydro
- 21 March – London, O2 Arena
- 26 March – Dublin, 3Arena
- 27 March – Leeds, First Direct Arena
- 28 March – Birmingham, Resorts World Arena
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