Snoop Dogg & Wiz Khalifa Announce 'The High Road' Summer Tour
The “best thang smokin” this summer.
Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa are about to leave a trail of smoke this summer. Nothing new, right?
The duo has announced they will co-headline The High Road Tour this summer across 33 cities in North America. The tour is set to kick off in July in West Palm Beach, FL, moving through Atlanta, Houston and finishing up in Auburn, WA in September. Along for the ride, Snoop and Wiz have recruited some of the biggest names in music right now to open up select shoes including Kevin Gates, Jhené Aiko, Casey Veggies, and DJ Drama.
This isn’t the first time the two smoke friendly-rappers have collaborated together, as they recently linked up for their “Best Thang Smokin,” video aside from a longtime friendship. However, The High Road Tour will mark the first time the two hit the stage together for a joint venture. The tour is being presented by Merry Jane, who is hosting a special ticket pre-sale, and available for fan purchase April 5 at 10:00 am through April 7 10:00pm local time.
Tickets for the general public go on sale this Friday April 8 via Live Nation.
Check out the full list of High Road tour dates below, as it’s bound to be an insane experience of good vibes and very high energy.
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