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Snoop Dogg aka Snoop Lion - Big Day Out 2014 Sideshow

Big Day Out and Mai FM are proud to present..

SNOOP DOGG aka SNOOP LION

Big Day Out 2014 sideshow

SNOOP DOGG aka SNOOP LION announces his Big Day Out 2014 sideshow

As the go-to-man to get your booty movin’, SNOOP DOGG aka SNOOP LION has solidified his position as the leading hip-hop artist across the globe. Recently adopting the moniker Snoop Lion after an inspirational trip to Jamaica, the Powerstation show will be the first time New Zealanders will get to experience his new tracks live on stage.  Not to mention all his greatest Dogg hits!

Tickets are on sale at 9am Friday November 29

SNOOP DOGG aka SNOOP LION

POWERSTATION, AUCKLAND
Thursday 16 January , 2014
Tickets available from www.ticketmaster.co.nz
From 9am Friday November 29

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Also appearing at Big Day Out 2014

BIG DAY OUT 2014 NZ LINEUP
Pearl Jam  *  Arcade Fire  *  Blur * Snoop Dogg aka Snoop Lion
*  Major Lazer  * The Naked And Famous * Steve Angello 
*  The Lumineers  *  Tame Impala * Dillon Francis  *  Mac Miller *  Ghost  *  Grouplove  *  Flosstradamus  *Portugal. The Man 
* Toro Y Moi  *  Mudhoney  * The 1975 * Primus * CSS
* The Phoenix Foundation  *   SJD 
* P-Money  *  Ladi6  *  Beastwars  *  Concord Dawn 
* Clap Clap Riot  *  Kody Nielson *  Randa  *  PleasePlease * Villainy * DPRTRCLB DJs * Prowler

GENERAL RELEASE TICKETS ON SALE NOW
via www.bigdayout.com

BIG DAY OUT NZ 2014
Friday 17 January ~ Western Springs, Auckland

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