Snoop Dogg Scraps 2022 International Concerts

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Snoop Dogg is scrapping all international dates from his 2022 calendar, blaming “unforeseen scheduling conflicts”.
As previously reported, the rap star had postponed his forthcoming tour

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Snoop Dogg is scrapping all international dates from his 2022 calendar, blaming “unforeseen scheduling conflicts”.

As previously reported, the rap star had postponed his forthcoming tour of Australia, what was to be his first visit there since 2014. Those shows are “looking likely” to be rescheduled to February 2023, say the promoters for that planned outing, TEG MJR.

In a statement posted to his Instagram account, Snoop confirms he’s “canceling all upcoming non-U.S. tour dates” for the remainder of 2022, citing “family obligations and upcoming tv and film projects” among factors.

The Doggfather regrets the cancellations. The statement continues, “He was excited for his fans around the globe and apologies for all that had made plans to see him show,” he said. “He looks forward rescheduling dates for the future .”

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The rapper had been booked to perform concerts at venues across the U.K. and Europe from Aug. 26 to Sept. 19.

Snoop is now done with his schedule, except for a few appearances at the MTV Movie & TV Awards next month. The statement states that he is still committed to performing in the U.S. for the remainder of the year.

Snoop was produced by the newly-formed partnership with TEG MJR (the U.K-based promotion arm of Australian live entertainment and ticketing giant TEG).

Through that multi-million-dollar arrangement, announced in March 2021 and stuck in collaboration with MPI Artists, TEG MJR promotes all Snoop Dogg tours globally outside of North America.



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