Snoop Dogg Wiz Khalifa High School Reunion Tour

For three decades, GRAMMY nominee Calvin Broadus Jr. (aka Snoop Dogg) has remained a significant name and face in the entertainment industry, primarily in rap and hip-hop. From the start of his career to the present day, the entrepreneur has dipped his hands in tech, entertainment, food/beverage, cannabis, and more.

Wiz Khalifa, real name Cameron Jibril Thomaz, is well known for his 2010 hit “Black and Yellow.” In 2011 he worked with Snoop on another hit: “Young, Wild, and Free” featuring Bruno Mars. In February, the pair hinted at a possible sequel to Mac and Devin Go to High School — except not a film. In early March of 2023, Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa officially joined forces and announced their upcoming High School Reunion Tour.

This year is slated to be a busy one for Wiz. Before touring with Snoop, he’s setting out for The Good Trip Tour featuring Joey Bada$$, Berner, Smoke DZA, Chevy Woods, and DJ Drama. The tour starts on April 15th in Kalamazoo, Michigan at the Wings Event Center, and it wraps up in Morrison, Colorado at Red Rocks Amphitheatre on April 22nd. The High School Reunion Tour will reconvene in the Mile High City in the early leg of the tour at the famous Ball Arena.

Snoop Dogg Wiz Khalifa High School Reunion Tour

The Ball Arena is typically known as the home of the NBA’s Denver Nuggets, NHL’s Colorado Avalanche, and NLL’s Colorado Mammoth. In the off-season, and throughout the year, the arena itself serves another purpose as one of the largest indoor music venues in Colorado.

Before 2020, the building went by the name Pepsi Center and has hosted a wide variety of events including hockey, music, and family gatherings. It can seat up to 20,000, with variations depending on stage configuration. With a JBL Vertec sound system, and a state-of-the-art projection system (capable of turning the floor into a giant, 4k-resolution screen), the potential for variety in stage shows is endless. All that’s left is to imagine the performance, and then experience it in real-time.

All names set to take the stage have had ties to one another in one way or the other. Wiz and Snoop were both featured on Berner’s song “La Plaza,” and the pair collaborated on “Blow That Smoke” featuring Chevy Woods. Snoop has shared the stage with Joey Bada$$ on multiple occasions, and Smoke DZA had Snoop featured in his song “Morals.” DJ Drama featured Wiz Khalifa on his track “Oh My,” and Drama collaborated with Snoop and put out “I Still Got It.” With the creative history each act brings, the tour is shaping up to be a unique set with an unforgettable vibe.

The High School Reunion Tour with Snoop Dogg and homies sets full sail on July 7th in Vancouver, British Columbia, wrapping up in Irvine, California on August 27th. Denver is gearing up for the tour stopping off at the Ball Arena on Wednesday, July 12th, nearly two weeks after the kickoff. Find tickets and more information on our event page.

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