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Snoop Dogg To Do Live Earth In Hamburg

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Preparations for Live Earth are well underway, and the list of artists who will be headlining the event in various venues around the world just keeps growing. The latest musician to confirm his participation is rapper Snoop Dogg, who will be performing in Hamburg, Germany’s HSH Nordbank Arena. Former Audioslave lead vocalist Chris Cornell will be performing at the same venue as well.

Live Earth Hamburg will feature the following acts live on stage:CHRIS CORNELL,JAN DELAY,JULI,KATIE MELUA,LOTTO KING KARL,MANA,MICHAEL MITTERMEIER, REAMONN,ROGER CICERO,SASHA,SILBERMOND,SNOOP DOGG

Tickets go on sale on Thursday, May 24, 2007 at 9:00 a.m. CEST. Tickets can be purchased through Eventim at: http://www.eventim.de/eve/liveearth or by phone at 01805 / 570 000 (0,14 EUR/Min). General Admission ticket prices are euro 55., euro 50. and euro 45., which include all fees and public transportation.

Let’s hope Snoop Dogg won’t do a repeat of his behavior at a benefit concert for UNICEF last month! It seems like he wanted to be flown first-class and have an Xbox in his dressing room too. Hopefully he’ll behave himself this time around, after being banned from Australia and Britain.

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