Snoop Dogg comes back to Montreal for a nostalgic night


Last night, Snoop Dogg visited Montreal on his “Cali to Canada” tour for the city to experience the essence of West Coast rap and hip-hop culture. It marked 10 years since his last visit in the city.

The concert took place at the Bell Center arena. The crowd was a diverse mix of long-time fans and newer enthusiasts, all eagerly anticipating the arrival of the legendary rapper. The energy in the air was palpable, with people dressed in everything from casual streetwear to vintage Snoop Dogg merchandise.

As the lights dimmed and the stage filled with smoke, the stage doors opened to reveal a vintage car with a custom license plate “Snoop ’64” marking his birth year. Snoop Dogg made his grand entrance to thunderous applause and cheers. Dressed in a Canada jumpsuit, completed with a joint in his hand and plenty of jewelry, he took center stage, immediately captivating the audience with his charismatic presence. The stage production was impressive, featuring a large screen displaying vibrant visuals and animations that complemented each song.

Snoop Dogg’s performance was a masterclass in showmanship and hip-hop artistry. Snoop performed a slew of his classic hits, including “Gin and Juice,” “Drop It Like It’s Hot,” and “Who Am I? (What’s My Name?).” Each song was met with enthusiastic participation from the crowd, who rapped along word for word. The energy remained high from start to finish, culminating in a massive sing-along during the encore performance of “Young, Wild & Free.”

Overall, Snoop Dogg’s concert was an unforgettable experience that delivered on all fronts. His ability to blend nostalgia with fresh energy, combined with top-notch production and special guest appearances, made for a night that left fans both old and new thoroughly satisfied. Snoop Dogg proved once again why he remains a pivotal figure in the hip-hop world, seamlessly bridging the gap between past and present.

Whether you’re a die-hard fan or just someone who enjoys good music and a great time, a Snoop Dogg concert is definitely worth attending.

Photos and review by Marjorie HalleWebsite // Instagram
Keep Up With Snoop Dogg: Instagram // Twitter // Website

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