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Snoop Dogg announces rescheduled dates 2021

Snoop Dogg has announced rescheduled dates due to the global COVID-19 restrictions for his ‘I Wanna Thank Me’ UK and Ireland arena headline tour for February 2021.

Snoop Dogg has announced rescheduled dates due to the global Covid-19 restrictions for his ‘I Wanna Thank Me’ UK and Ireland arena headline tour for February 2021.

The forthcoming tour sees the West Coast rap legend touring in support of his 17th album I Wanna Thank Me and documentary of the same name.

The album release and documentary celebrated 25 years of Snoop Dogg, a career that has seen the Doggfather cement his undisputed influence on music with chart-topping, multi-platinum records, while also solidifying his importance to wider culture as an actor, businessman and more across the board.

The tour reflects this and sees Snoop Dogg enlist a selection of his key collaborators from the breadth of his iconic music career including further West Coast hip hop royalty; Warren G, Tha Dogg Pound, Obie Trice and D12. They will also be joined by the multi-million streamed Irish rap duo Versatile.

Tickets are on sale now via https://nvite.com/community/snoopdogg

Full tour dates can be found below:

SNOOP DOGG ‘I WANNA THANK ME’ FEBRUARY TOUR DATES
11th – Manchester, Manchester Arena
12th – Birmingham, Birmingham Arena
15th – London, O2 Arena
17th – Leeds, First Direct Arena
19th – Dublin, 3Arena
20th – Belfast, SSE Arena

West Coast rap legend Snoop Dogg has come a long way since being discovered by Dr. Dre in the early 1990. As impressive as he was when guesting on Dre’s The Chronic in 1992, few could have guessed he’d go on to global fame, tens of millions of record sales, and a career in movies and TV. And that’s only part of the story, from battles with the law to reinvention as a reggae artist.

He is held in high esteem and affection by hip-hop fans worldwide, and is one of the most recognizable faces and voices of the whole genre, even to those who don’t listen to his music. He has the distinction for having the most Grammy nominations of any music artist— 17 to date — without having won one. But as Snoop Dogg shows few signs of retiring, don’t write him off just yet.