Hip Hop in the Park, August 11

26 Jul

Who: DASH Center for the Arts and Campus MLK
What: Hip Hop in the Park
Where: People’s Park, S. 9th Street & MLK Ave., Tacoma
When: Saturday, August 11, 12 – 6 pm
Cost: FREE!

People of all ages will converge at People’s Park on August 11 for the Fifth Annual Hip Hop in the Park event from noon to 6pm. This event, which is organized by the DASH Center for the Arts, is designed to bring the younger and the older community members together in a positive environment.

“Hip Hop is a voice of the people both young and old. It’s almost a lost art form. Part of our vision at DASH is to make sure the hip hop culture is not. That’s why each year, we come together to celebrate all that is Hip Hop,” said Candi Hall, DASH Center Executive Director.

“This is a family fun event reaching out to its community to show real Hip Hop,” said Darren Spencer, Director of the Art of Hip Hop program at the DASH Center. His students will perform at this end of the year event, showing the community their creative expression. The center is also hoping to recruit new students for next year’s class.

Along with students from the DASH Center, performances will include UPC All Stars featuring Angel Mitchell, E-Rich, Tiny Dousha and Vic Hashim, Josh Rizeberg and AWOL. Headlining the event will be Xola aka Kid Sensation featured in the song “Posses on Broadway” done by Sir Mix Alot. Enjoy local food, retail, arts and crafts, and community vendors throughout the day as well.


One Response to “Hip Hop in the Park, August 11”

  1. Adi August 8, 2012 at 11:26 am #

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