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Beale Street Music Festival Friday with Foster the People, Pretty Lights, Snoop Dogg, 311, Fitz and the Tantrums, Dropkick
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Beale Street Music Festival Friday with Foster the People, Pretty Lights, Snoop Dogg, 311, Fitz and the Tantrums, Dropkick

Friday, May 2 5:00p
Tom Lee Park Memphis, TN

Beale Street Music Festival Friday with Foster the People, Pretty Lights, Snoop Dogg, 311, Fitz and the Tantrums, Dropkick at Tom Lee Park.

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Performers at this Event
311
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Inspired by funk, reggae, and heavy rock, not to mention the rap-rock innovations of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, 311 formed in Omaha, Nebraska, in 1990. They toured relentlessly, releasing several albums before getting their big break in 1996 with the single "Down" from their self-titled album....
Snoop Dogg
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As a child, he played piano and sang in a church choir. Got his nickname Snoop Dogg from his mother because she thought he looked like Snoopy from  Peanuts . Began making homemade tapes with friend Warren G, who gave the tapes to his stepbrother Dr....
Pretty Lights
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A Colorado-based musician/producer whose material flitted between moody downtempo and upbeat, densely layered material geared more for clubs. ~ Rovi
Foster The People
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Indie rock trio Foster the People make atmospheric, psychedelic, and dance-oriented pop. Formed in Los Angeles in 2009, the band features keyboardist/guitarist/vocalist Mark Foster, bassist Cubbie Fink, and drummer Mark Pontius....
Location & Nearby Info
Tom Lee Park
357 S. Riverside Dr.
Memphis, TN 38103
(901) 525-1515
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Reviews & Comments
USER REVIEWS
(no rating) Dec 19, 2012 - Cheryl1980 on Snoop Dogg
Angry and disappointed

My fiance and I were excited to see Snoop @ Midtown Ballroom last night. We got there @ 7:45 for an 8pm show, stood in freezing cold only to wait for 3 hours and 15 minutes on a Tuesday (work day)for him to finally come out and perform for 45 minutes. The whole while I was pushed, ran into and yelled at over and over by people who wanted to steel my spot that I had been standing in the whole night. Had a tiring day at work the next morning for nothing. I am not really a fan of Snoop anymore. How rude and disrespectful to treat your fans that way.

(no rating) Apr 22, 2010 - wonder woman on Snoop Dogg
complete disappointment

This was a birthday gift from my husband. We even got a babysitter.
We got to the HOB at 8:30 and watched the 2 mediocre opening acts. Snoop was supposed to go on at 10pm. No Snoop. We waited. And waited. Finally, at 11:15pm, we had to leave because we had to be home by midnight. The manager was kind enough to take down our ticket numbers to help us get a refund. I'm totally bummed. I am no longer a fan. Snoop ruined my birthday.

(no rating) Mar 02, 2008 - slou on Snoop Dogg
what a disappointment

This was a totally disappointing experience. Doors were at 9 and Snoop was supposed to come on at 10. We left at 12:30...and still no Snoop. Couldn't find a manager or anyone to ask for a refund. Sure I've been to concerts that started late before...but not this late. Completely unprofessional all around.

Feb 29, 2008 - YogiBear on Snoop Dogg
Gone are the Gangster Days...Instead, it's Girls Gone Wild!

Or maybe Snoop Dawg is even beyond that now. I remember when his career started burgeoning, journalists would interview him and it'd be incredibly difficult to decipher anything he said other than, "You know what I'm sayin?!" No, Snoop! What the heck are you saying?! Nowadays, besides just rapping -- which has transitioned into more R&B player style (by the way, I love his new song: "Sexual Seduction" or the uncensored version "Sexual Eruption" -- it's hilarious how these guys can get away with singing this stuff!), Snoop is now a family man coaching his son's sports teams and spending time with the family on a hit reality show. How times change...