Snoop Dogg has announced a holiday tour and he is making a stop in Idaho. The wildly famous rapper is going to be at the Ford Idaho Center in December and he is bringing some friends.

Snoop Dogg Coming To Ford Idaho Center

Snoop Dogg is not only a rapper, people find him to be hilarious. Snoop also has teamed up with people like Martha Stewart to create cook books. There are tons of jokes about them being really good friends. Even if you aren't a fan of rap, most people know who Snoop is. He will be at the Ford Idaho Center on Wednesday, December 14th and the show starts at 7 pm.

Snoop Dogg Touring With Others For Holiday Special

Along with Snoop Dogg, there will be T-Pain, Warren G, and the Ying Yang Twins. I am pretty sure I can hear the inner teenager of all millennials in Idaho screaming all at once right now. Sure, most of them were too young to really know what the words of the songs meant, but we belted it out anyway.

If You Can't Make It On A Wednesday

That's ok, the pre-Christmas show with all of them will also be in Salt Lake City on Tuesday, December 13th at the Maverick Center. Admittedly it is a little rough that both shows are in the middle of the week, but it could be totally worth it. Ticket pricing isn't too bad either. Tickets start at just $68 dollar a piece and goes up from there. That does not include taxes and fees

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