Snoop Dogg, T-Pain Unite to Headline Holiday Tour
Snoop Dogg and T-Pain will be finishing out the year with their holiday season tour. The two announced Holidaze of Blaze tour on Instagram, revealing the artists that will serve as their supporting acts.
Snoop Dogg, T-Pain Will Hit the Road Before 2022 Ends
Shortly after launching a limited-edition red wine, Snoop Dogg announces that he’s been brewing a Christmas tour with former The Masked Singer competitor T-Pain. These hip-hop stars will travel across the Midwest to perform in a series of shows this December.
“Holidaze of Blaze Announced Today!” the former American Song Contest host wrote.
In their promotional poster uploaded on November 1, photos of the two were put in front of marijuana plants. The same reveals that Warren G, Yin Yang Twins, and Justin Champagne will open the Christmas Tour.
“Let’s hit the road unk!!!” T-Pain commented.
The seven-date tour will kick off on December 13 in West Valley City, Utah and end on December 22 on Colorado Springs, Colorado. Along the way, the tour will stop in Idaho, Washington, South Dakota, and Wyoming.
Fans Can Expect Plenty of Music in the Upcoming Tour
While Snoop Dogg has been busy with his commercial ventures, he hasn’t taken time off from music. Earlier this year, he acquired ownership over legendary hip-hop music label, Death Row Records. This paved way for two volumes of Metaverse: The NFT Drop, Bacc On Death Row, and Snoop Dogg Presents Death Row Summer.
Meanwhile, last October, he released a new mixtape project with DJ Drama, Gangsta Grillz: I Still Got It. Also, he recently revealed that he’s once again working with Dr. Dre for a sequel of his 1993 debut studio album, Doggystyle. This new creative collaboration is entitled Missionary, set to be issued in November. Subsequently, this marks Snoop Dogg’s 30th anniversary to Doggystyle.
Along with his classics, fans can certainly expect his new tracks during the Holidaze of Blaze tour. General ticket selling will begin on November 4. Limited VIP packages will also be available.