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Snoop Dogg Will Headline First ‘Another World Festival’ In August

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Jul 11, 2014 01:42 PM EDT

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It looks like if there was ever a festival people should be fighting to headline it's the Another World Festival. But stay put, folks, because it seems organizers have picked their man. It's been reported by NME that everyone's favorite "izzle" speaker Snoop Dogg will headline the very first Another World Festival which kicks off next month.

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Calling itself the UK's only "quality-first festival," Another World will take place from August 8-10 in Silverstone Woodlands, Buckinghamshire. And seeing how Snoop is the headliner, that "quality first" tag seems appropriate. But it doesn't stop there.

Another World Festival appears to be bringing the "comfort back into festivals," as representatives have put it. The show plans to offer hassle-free services, from top-notch food to queuing systems for the bar and entry to the festival. Word has it they'll even be supplying flushing toilets.

On another level, festivalgoers will have the option to purchase VIP packages that offer hot showers and butler services. It's not exactly Bonnaroo, is it?

Also appearing on the bill alongside the "Gin & Juice" artist will be the likes of Wretch 32, MK, Danny Howard, Sigma and Ms. Dynamite.

Snoop was recently in the headlines for appearing in Korean rapper PSY's video for "Hangover." The two unveiled and promoted the video via ABC's late night talk show Jimmy Kimmel Live! to immediate praise. It's been reported that PSY will release his next single in August.

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