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- 26/08/2022Find ticketsOVO Hydro - Glasgow Snoop Dogg Aug 26 2022 18:30Friday 18:30OVO Hydro - GlasgowSnoop Dogg
- 27/08/2022Find ticketsResorts World Arena - Birmingham Snoop Dogg - I Wanna Thank Me Tour Aug 27 2022 17:30Saturday 17:30Resorts World Arena - BirminghamSnoop Dogg - I Wanna Thank Me Tour
- 30/08/2022Find ticketsThe O2 - London Snoop Dogg - I Wanna Thank Me Tour Aug 30 2022 18:30Tuesday 18:30The O2 - LondonSnoop Dogg - I Wanna Thank Me Tour
- 01/09/2022Find ticketsAO Arena - Manchester Snoop Dogg Sep 01 2022 18:30Thursday 18:30AO Arena - ManchesterSnoop Dogg
- 02/09/2022Find ticketsFirst Direct Arena - Leeds Snoop Dogg - I Wanna Thank Me Tour Sep 02 2022 18:30Friday 18:30First Direct Arena - LeedsSnoop Dogg - I Wanna Thank Me Tour
- 16/09/2022Find ticketsThe SSE Arena, Belfast - Belfast Snoop Dogg - I Wanna Thank Me Tour Sep 16 2022 18:30Friday 18:30The SSE Arena, Belfast - BelfastSnoop Dogg - I Wanna Thank Me Tour
- 16/09/2022Find ticketsThe SSE Arena, Belfast - Belfast Share A Suite - Snoop Dogg Sep 16 2022 18:31Friday 18:31The SSE Arena, Belfast - BelfastShare A Suite - Snoop DoggLow Availability
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- 17/09/2022Saturday 18:30Gleneagle INEC Arena - Co. Kerry, KY, IrelandSnoop Dogg - I Wanna Thank Me' TourFind ticketsGleneagle INEC Arena - Co. Kerry, KY, Ireland Snoop Dogg - I Wanna Thank Me' Tour Sep 17 2022 18:30Find ticketsGleneagle INEC Arena - Co. Kerry, KY, Ireland Snoop Dogg - I Wanna Thank Me' Tour Sep 17 2022 18:30
- 19/09/2022Find tickets3Arena - Dublin, Ireland Snoop Dogg - I Wanna Thank Me Tour Sep 19 2022 18:30Monday 18:303Arena - Dublin, IrelandSnoop Dogg - I Wanna Thank Me Tour
About Snoop Dogg
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.
He was born Cordozar Calvin Broadus Jr. in Long Beach, California, on October 20, 1971. His "Snoop Dogg" nickname came from his mother because she thought he looked like Snoopy from the Peanuts cartoon. He played piano and sang at his local Baptist church, before starting rap in sixth grade. After graduating high school, Snoop was arrested several times for drug possession and spent time in prison. He was also associated with the Rollin’ 20 Crips Gang. He started making music as a way out of his troubles and recorded early demos with his cousin Nate Dogg and friend Warren G as 213. A track on one of these came to the attention of Dr. Dre who invited Snoop — then rapping under the name Snoop Doggy Dogg — to audition.
Snoop's first album, the Dre-produced Doggystyle (1993), climbed its way to the No. 1 spot on Billboard's hip-hop and Top 200 charts, based in part on the success of the singles Who Am I (What's My Name)? and Gin and Juice.
Snoop continued to make music throughout the noughts, enjoying a big hit in 2004 with the chart-topping single Drop It Like It's Hot, which sparked several fruitful collaborations with Pharrell Williams. He reunited with Warren G and Nate Dogg as 213 to drop the album The Hard Way in 2004.
He also branched out into acting during the same period and appeared in several films, including Starsky & Hutch, The Wash and Training Day. He also made guest appearances on television shows, including The L Word and Weeds, and starred in his own E! reality show, Snoop Dogg's Father Hood, in 2007.
In May 2017 Snoop dropped his 15th studio album Neva Left. He also released a gospel album titled Bible of Love in March 2018.
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.
Snoop Dogg has announced a six-date I Wanna Thank Me UK arena headline tour for April 2020. The forthcoming tour is in support of his 17th album, I Wanna Thank Me, and the documentary of the same name, released earlier this year.
I Wanna Thank Me celebrates 25 years of the 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 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.
Last updated: September, 2019