Snoop Dogg at The Fillmore, by Ria Burman
Snoop Dogg (photo: Ria Burman)

Snoop Dogg brought the smoke to the Fillmore last week. RJ at Noon started the night off, warming up the crowd before the smooth-chill of Warren G took the crowd higher.

Following Warren G, came Berner, walking on stage smoking a massive joint, which he proceeded to pass to the audience to share around before throwing bags of weed to the crowd. Berner continued the smooth-chill vibes, setting the stage for Snoop, who finished the night with a fun party scene, super smooth vibes and a reminiscent tribute mix honoring those gone too soon.

The prolific Snoop Dogg’s set was full of entertainment, ranging from a money gun that Snoop fired into the audience, propelling $100 bills with Snoop’s face in the center that fluttered down to the hungry crowd, to strong pole-dancing routines from dancers and a Snoop Dogg mascot bouncing about the stage.

Later, tributes in memory of Snoop’s cousin Nate Dogg and Tupac were played, as well as a tribute to the recent tragic loss of Nipsey Hussle.