December 6, 2006 16:28

Snoop Dogg to tour with Ice Cube

The hip-hop stars hit Canada

Snoop Dogg to tour with Ice Cube
Snoop Dogg has been confirmed as a co-headliner with Legendary rapper–actor Ice Cube on a 10-date tour of Canada in January.

The Californian counterparts will kick off the tour on January 12, with Snoop promoting his current album ‘The Blue Carpet Treatment’, with Ice Cubewill be performing tracks from his most recent release ‘Laugh Now, Cry Later’.

The tour calls at:

Victoria Save On Foods Memorial Center (January 12)
Vancouver Pacific Coliseum (13)
Kelowna Prospera Place (14)
Prince George Multiplex (15)
Edmonton Rexall Place (17)
Calgary Stampede Corral (18)
Red Deer Enmax Centrium Arena (19)
Lethbridge Enmax Centre (20)
Regina Brandt Centre (22)
Winnipeg Convention Centre (23)

--By our New York staff.
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