Snoop Dogg’s Doggystyle isn’t just a certified classic of one of hip-hop’s most prolific eras. It’s also the vehicle that launched one of the biggest and most popular musicians of all time, helped to give rise to the rolling sounds of G-funk, and put the LBC on the map. Thirty years later, Uncle Snoop brings together some of his best friends—plus conductor Derrick Hodge and the ReCollective Orchestra—to recreate “Gin and Juice,” “What’s My Name,” “Lodi Dodi,” and more, including hits from throughout his career, on a pair of nights produced by Dr. Dre.
Los Angeles, CA, USA
The Hollywood Bowl
Re-Collective Orchestra joins Snoop Dogg and Friends to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Doggystyle.