Snoop Dogg Blows into Town in January, Hitting Up House of Blues

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PHOTO BY JOE KLEON
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The artist, the legend, the smoker of all the weed ... Snoop Dogg is coming to drop it like it's hot in Cleveland once again.

Announcing added dates to his I Wanna Thank Me Tour this morning, Snoop let loose that he's hitting up our city come Friday, January 24, at Cleveland's House of Blues.



Snopp Dogg was last in Cleveland in 2018, promoting his stage play Redemption of a Dogg. At that time he was also spotted stopping by a Cleveland Browns practice, even though he is a supposed Steelers fan.

The California rapper, aka Martha Stewart's BFF, is sure to bring all kinds of cool to the House of Blues show, including songs from his most recent album I Wanna Thank Me along with all of his hits.  



The show starts at 8 p.m. and advance GA tickets start at $60. Tickets go on sale this Friday and you can find out more about the show at the House of Blues' website.

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