This is worse than nothing but sticks and stems (wink).

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So of you guys got that.

What was once that sticky icky ooh wee is now just...oh no.

Snoop and Wiz at Soaring Eagle is canceled for their September 26th show at Soaring Eagle. Postponed to a later date in 2022.

See what had happened was...

Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort received the following tour cancellation/postponement notification from representatives of Snoop Dogg:

“Due to unforeseen circumstance due to the pandemic, Snoop Dogg’s performance is unfortunately being rescheduled to a date TBD in 2022. All refunds can be obtained at point of purchase” (Soaring Eagle)

Snoop ain't coming. So Wiz ain't coming.

The song goes "Ain't nothing but a gangsta party" right?

No gangstas, no party. Sadly, it's a wrap.

Bow wow wow, yippy yo

So now what? This was supposed to be the show to close out your summer. And if you've never seen Snoop let alone SNOOP AND WIZ together, this was bucket list worthy. AND IT WAS SOLD OUT?

What do you do with your tickets or how do you get your money back?

Refunds for tickets purchased through credit/debit card will automatically be issued to your account within 10 – 14 days. Tickets purchased with cash at Soaring Eagle or Eagles Landing Box offices need to visit either box office for a full cash refund during normal business hours.

Tickets purchased through a third party (person or business outside of Etix or Soaring Eagle box offices) should contact the third party for a refund inquiries. (Soaring Eagle)

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