Snoop Dogg is making huge moves and is gearing up for a residency in Las Vegas.

According to Las Vegas Weekly, Snoop is preparing for a six-date residency at TAO Las Vegas this summer.

The site reports that the hot spot will be revamped into a 1920s-style speakeasy called "The Snoopadelic Cabaret."

Vibe magazine reports that Snoop will headline the festivities every night under the name DJ Snoopadelic.

"I'm excited to partner with the TAO team for these special classy events," said Snoop Dogg. "This summer is going to be epic, and I can't wait to give Vegas that real Snoopadelic Cabaret vibe."

Each night, Snoop's cabaret will feature Roaring Twenties-inspired specialty acts and dances with costumes and a cocktail menu from the era.

Reports say that Snoop's residency will begin May 3 with the second night of festivities on May 25. Other dates for the cabaret are to be announced.

Snoop Dogg is the first hip-hop artist in history to have a Las Vegas residency designed around an audio, visual and performance production.

Back in January, the Las Vegas Sun reported that Snoop's son Cordell Broadus, one of the nation's top high school football players for the class of 2015, transferred to Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas.

The school is a well-known football powerhouse.

Tickets for "The Snoopadelic Cabaret" range from $20 to $50 and are available online now.

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