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Snoop Dogg to Shake Hands and Pose for Pictures at Scottsdale Dispensary

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Hope you've been doing your kush-ups, medical marijuana patients. There will be no gin and juice but plenty of indo on Thursday, December 29, at Scottsdale dispensary Level Up.

The dispensary will do it doggy-style when Snoop Dogg will stop by to shake hands and pose for pictures with medical marijuana card-holding fans.

The rapper is scheduled to appear from 3:20 p.m. to 4:20 p.m., naturally. Admission is free for medical marijuana patients.

Snoop is in town for his Puff Puff Pass Tour Part 2 tour, which will take place later in the night at Comerica Theatre. It's an old-school affair, as the rapper is bringing Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Warren G, Too Short, and Tha Dogg Pound with him. It's a contrast to Snoop's August concert at Ak-Chin Pavilion, where the elder Snoop performed with fellow stoner and then-28-year-old hitmaker Wiz Khalifa.

Level Up was formerly known as AZ Grassroots and is located at 14980 North 78th Way in Scottsdale.

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