Snoop Dogg will be first headliner at Potawatomi Casino Hotels new outdoor concert venue

Snoop Dogg, shown performing at Super Bowl 56 in 2022, will be the first headliner for Potawatomi Casino Hotel's planned outdoor concert venue near its casino complex in Milwaukee's Menomonee Valley.

Hip-hop legend and all-over-the-map entrepreneur Snoop Dogg will be the first act to headline Potawatomi Casino Hotel’s new outdoor concert venue just west of the Menomonee Valley casino complex.

Potawatomi announced Wednesday that Snoop Dogg will be the inaugural headliner at what it’s calling Potawatomi Amplified with a concert on June 15. The gates open at 7:45 p.m. (7:30 for VIP ticketholders); the concert is scheduled to start at 9 p.m.

Tickets, at $89 and $299.50 VIP tent seats, go on sale at noon May 10 at

The outdoor venue, in the former Cargill lot west of the casino at 1721 W. Canal St., will have capacity for 4,800 patrons, with a range of seating and free parking in the Potawatomi parking lot.

The new venue is on a fast track to completion. Last month, the Forest County Potawatomi Community filed permit applications with the Milwaukee Department of Neighborhood Services for an outdoor stage, fence and 10 tents, including the two VIP tents. The application included plans for unspecified live entertainment events on June 15, July 18, July 26 to 28, and Aug. 22.

In the statement announcing the Snoop Dogg show, Potawatomi said the acts for the other dates would be announced later.

“We are rolling out Potawatomi Amplified, the temporary venue, to host three summer and early fall concerts, and we think people will be really excited when they hear the names we plan to announce,” Dominic Ortiz, CEO of Potawatomi Casino Hotel, said in the statement.


July 18, for those checking their calendars, is the last day of the the 2024 Republican National Convention, and July 26 to 28 overlap the weekend dates of this summer’s Harley-Davidson Homecoming Festival.

The outdoor concert venue is the same location that sources previously told the Journal Sentinel is where Potawatomi is looking to build a $200 million indoor concert venue that can seat up to 6,000 people.

Piet Levy of the Journal Sentinel staff contributed to this report.

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