19 - 20 February 2021 / Dublin & Belfast
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- Sep 05Sep05Find ticketsSun 18:00The O2 - London, Great BritainSnoop Dogg - I Wanna Thank Me TourLow Availability
- Sep 07Sep07Tue 17:30Resorts World Arena - Birmingham, Great BritainSnoop Dogg - I Wanna Thank Me TourLow AvailabilityFind ticketsResorts World Arena - Birmingham, Great BritainSnoop Dogg - I Wanna Thank Me TourSep 07 17:30Find tickets
- Sep 08Sep08Find ticketsWed 18:30First Direct Arena - Leeds, Great BritainSnoop Dogg - I Wanna Thank Me Tour
- Sep 09Sep09Find ticketsThu 18:30AO Arena - Manchester, Great BritainSnoop Dogg
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. And that’s only part of the story, from battles with the law to reinvention as a reggae artist.
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."
Next came a short film called Murder Was the Case, the soundtrack of which went double platinum. Snoop's next album, Tha Doggfather (1996), also reached the top of the charts, despite the absence of Dre, who had left Death Row over a contract dispute. Snoop then left Death Row himself, falling out with label mogul Suge Knight and moving to Master P’s No Limit Records. He scored the top slot on the hip-hop charts with his next two albums: Da Game Is to Be Sold, Not to Be Told (1998) and No Limit Top Dogg (1999). His last album for No Limit, The Last Meal, came in 2000 and sold over 2 million copies. By now his sound had become less "gangsta rap" and somewhat smoother.
He is held in high esteem and affection by hip-hop fans worldwide, and is one of the most recognisable 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.
19 February, 2021.
20 February, 2021.
Yes. The ‘I Wanna Thank Me’ arena tour shows have been rescheduled to 2021. The new dates are 19 February in Dublin & 20 February in Belfast.
SSE Arena, Belfast.