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Snoop x Upper Playground Tee for More Malice

Submitted by on March 2, 2010 – 6:53 pmOne Comment
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The San Francisco based creative collective Upper Playground has produced a simple but clean and classic tee in conjunction with west coast legend Snoop Dogg to celebrate his arrival to the Bay Area for a concert at the historic Fillmore Auditorium on March 3rd, 2010.

Although Snoop has defined the music of a generation and has achieved iconic mainstream success, he has always been one to remain true to local and upcoming artistic movements, regardless of their discipline. On this tour Snoop has focused on playing smaller venues and working with local artists to create merchandise authentic to each of the tour cities.

For the Frisco stop, Snoop has teamed up with Upper Playground and San Francisco based artist, Jeremy Fish, to create a t-shirt for Snoop’s current tour in support of his upcoming record, “More Malice.”

A very limited number of tees will be available at The Fillmore (1805 Geary Boulevard San Francisco, CA 94115) the night of the show, and down the street from The Fillmore at the Upper Playground, San Francisco location (220 Fillmore Street San Francisco CA 94117). The rest of the production of t-shirts will be available on the Upper Playground online here.

Are you in the Bay area and interested in checking out the show? Buy your tickets here. Want to learn more about Upper Playground? Check their site out here.

Let us know how you feel about Snoop’s decision to rock smaller crowds on this tour. Good decision, or a wack idea?

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