Dublin rap duo Versatile are going on tour with Snoop Dogg

Dublin rap duo Versatile are going on tour with Snoop Dogg

RAP legend Snoop Dogg has announced a massive 2020 gig in Dublin’s 3Arena.

The Drop It Like It’s Hot singer last played in Ireland at the Academy back in 2014, but this time the gig is bigger than ever with five support acts added to the bill.

Among the names such as Warren G, The Dogg Pound, D12 and Obie Trice are Dublin rap group Versatile.

Fresh from selling out their very own 3Arena gig, which will take place next month, the somewhat controversial group tweeted their delight with the news.

"Snoop Dogg, Warren G, Tha Dogg Pound, D12, Obie Trice and... VERSATILE," the Ringsend natives wrote.

Swear boys, life is one big episode of South Park

The tour kicks off in the Dublin's 3 Arena on 9 April in 2020, before moving on to Belfast, Manchester, Leeds, London and Birmingham.

Ticket for the gigs go on sale on 7 October.

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