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Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa tour isn’t coming to Los Angeles but is coming to California

Good news: Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa are reuniting for a US/Canada tour.

Bad news: the tour doesn’t stop in Los Angeles.

But it’s coming to California! Tickets for the rappers and frequent collaborators’ High School Reunion tour, featuring guest performances by Too Short, Warren G, Berner and DJ Drama, will be available beginning Tuesday morning.

The concert tour is scheduled to begin in July in Vancouver and end in late August in California. The last three stops on the list are Sacramento’s Golden 1 Center (August 25), Concord’s Concord Pavilion (August 26) and Irvine’s FivePoint Amphitheater (August 27).

According LiveNation, a pre-sale window for fans with Citi credit cards will open from Tuesday at 10 am local time to Thursday at 10 pm local time. Tickets will be available to the general public starting Friday at 9am local time.

The tour announcement comes months after Snoop Dogg and Ice Cube released their joint studio album, “Mount Westmore,” and about a week after Khalifa released his latest studio album, “Star Power.”

Snoop also collaborated with BTS and Benny Blanco on the hit single “Bad Decisions” and released five more albums in 2022, the same year he headlined the Super Bowl halftime show with Dr. Dre, Mary J. Blige, Eminem. and Kendrick Lamar. Khalifa has also released several other albums in the past year.

Last week, Snoop and Khalifa, who have worked on various projects and toured together in the past, released their latest collaboration, a single titled “Don’t Text Don’t Call.”