Snoop Dogg opening for Guns N' Roses? Now that's something we didn't think we'd ever see.
The Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest is on at the end of this month in Miami, Florida, and is a three day gig celebrating music and diversity.
Amit Dhawan, co-executive producer, said "The Super Bowl is America's biggest cultural moment, so it attracts people from a variety of different worlds — it also is a mix of local, national, and international guests.
We plan Super Bowl Music Fest to appeal to the broad demographic of Super Bowl weekend and book different genres nightly — this year, we have hip-hop for EA Sports Bowl on Thursday, classic rock on Friday, and global pop on Saturday."
Guns N' Roses announced earlier this week that Snoop Dogg would be their "special guest" via Instagram.