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Imaginary Interview with Snoop Dogg about Real Show
LAist: Snoop we love you!
Snoop Dogg: I accept your love and return it back to you snoop-fold.
Bro, you're playing at the Henry Fonda Theatre next Tuesday the 26th with a live band for a BET Awards after party. And tickets haven't sold out yet. What's up with that?
Oh it's chill, my cousin. People sometimes need things to percolate before it strikes them that they can see Big Snoop Dogg live and in person right in Hollywood at a small club, with all the fly ladies, and pimps, and beautiful people. Sometimes people's minds just blow and they don't know, you know? But it's chilly-chill and I'm glad that there are some tickets still for my peeps keeping it real. Chuch!
OK its a BET after-party and so many people love you, and so many stars will be in town for the awards. Hell, Prince will be in Hollywood all summer it seems. Can we expect some special guests to make it on stage with you?
You never know who will make their way on stage to share the golden mic with Big Snoop. I've been blessed to appear on many a track with lots of artists, some of whom will indeed be in town next week, fo shizzle, my Negro.
One last question, how's the Snoop Football League going?
So glad you asked me that. Snoop Youth Football League is bigger and better than ever. In fact one dollar of each ticket sold is going to the Snoop League for the kids here in LA who will start practicing in just a few months.
Snoop Dogg at the Henry Fonda Music Box, Tuesday June 26, $50, get em while they last.
Other shows that we can't believe are still on sale after the jump.
Chris Cornell, Juliette & The Licks @ Wiltern, 7/11
The Rapture @ The Mayan, 7/25, 7/26
Poison, Ratt @ Gibson Theatre, 8/11
The Magic Numbers with The Little Ones @ El Rey Theater, 8/14
Daniel Johnston @ The Fonda, 8/23, 8/24
The Frames @ The Fonda, 9/6
Snoop Dogg saying how he feels about Bill O'Reilly on a Dutch tv show
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