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Snoop Dogg For Lovebox 2011
John Doran , March 2nd, 2011 04:35

Be still my beating cock! They've only gone and booked Snoop Dogg to do Doggy Style at Lovebox!

Here's what the good folk have to say:

"Lovebox, London’s most intriguing and authentic music festival, will once again be returning to the East End with an inspired and as ever eclectic choice of artists for the 2011 offering taking place in July. A plethora of guitar slinging young guns mixed in with hot new blood with flashes of star quality, to epic performances from Lovebox veterans and supercharged sets from global icons will all come alive in the dramatic backdrop of Victoria Park. Snoop Dogg, Scissor Sisters, 2 Many DJs, The Wombats, Blondie, Robyn and The Drums and many more will be playing across the three days in the capital’s most creative and socially dynamic quarters. With tickets available from £28.50 a day, Lovebox also represents the best value Festival anywhere in the UK.

Snoop Dogg & The Dogg Pound will play Lovebox featuring Warren G, Kurupt and Daz Dillinger and banging out hit after hit from the legendary Doggystyle album, this will be a festival appearance not to be missed. The Doggystyle album has hit quadruple platinum selling status and spawned several hit singles including ‘What’s My Name’ and ‘Gin & Juice’, featuring many guests from the Death Row Label. Lovebox will be reuniting the Death Row heavy weights on stage for what is set to be the festival collaboration of the entire 2011 season.

In addition to Snoop’s musical feast, Loveboxers can expect to see groundbreaking singer songwriter Katy B, fresh off the back of her tour with dubstep pioneers Chase & Status, Swedish dance sensation, Robyn, the wildly flamboyant Scissor Sisters, New York based indie four piece The Drums, mixing maestros 2 Many DJs, music and style icons Blondie, scouse rockers The Wombats, Sweden’s “Queen of Chic” Lykke Li, London rapper Example, electronic pop band Metronomy, young brits Fenech-Soler, ex Soft Cell front man Marc Almond, R&B star Kelis, and UK Beatbox Champion Beardyman."

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