His sister has confirmed fans of the late singer can attend the event…
Nate Dogg’s funeral will be open to the public, meaning fans can pay their final respects to the late singer.
Nate Dogg, whose real name is Nathaniel D. Hale, passed away last week after suffering complications from a series of strokes he had in 2007 and 2008, will be laid to rest at Long Beach Cruise Terminal on Saturday, March 26.
His sister, Pamela Hale-Burns, confirmed that the funeral will be open to the public, with a separate screening of the funeral at New Hope Baptist Church in Long Beach between 10AM and 4PM. No cameras are permitted at either event.
A memorial benefit is being scheduled at the Los Angeles Convention Center after the funeral, with DJ Quik thought to be hosting the event.
Warren G has since broken his silence over the singer’s death, stating that the 41-year old’s passing was “a crushing blow.”
How to Get There
Long Beach Cruise Terminal
1119 Queens Hwy # G, Long Beach
710 South to Long Beach
Take exit 1A toward Piers F-J/Queen Mary
Slight left at Interstate 710 Spur
Take the 1st left onto W Panorama Dr