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HIP HOP IN THE PARK 12pm-8pm all day long! The 7th year instalment of the Hip Hop in the Park festival. We have moved to Naked Cafe. This is going to be more of a block party vibe then a park party vibe... but the idea behind it is the same. Let's celebrate Hip Hop! Breakin, DJ'in, Emcee'n, Graf Writing, Beatboxing... it will all happen at this event.
JayWho Productions Presents: MadChild w/ Slaine With Special Guests August 18th, 2013 Sapphire Kelowna 19+ Local Opening Support: DEVIATE & JAMESG (Kelowna) http://www.reverbnation.com/deviate0a0b0e0musicgroup?mobile_redirection=disabled General Admission: $20 VIP Meet & Greet (Online Purchase Only): $45 Online Tickets Available Here: http://www.eventsbot.com/events/eb934822984 In Store Tickets Available Wednesday July 24th at: One Boardshop 2330 Hwy 97 North (250) 763.1338 https://www.facebook.com/OneBoardshop?fref=ts The Bakery Boardshop & Lounge 189 Highway 33 E (778) 753-5901 https://www.facebook.com/groups/322173922390/?fref=ts Paragon Productions (250) 681-5322 https://www.facebook.com/pages/PARAGON-Productions/108871149164572?ref=ts&fref=ts Cafe Sahara 571 Lawrence Ave Kelowna, BC V1Y 6L8 (778) 484-5640 https://www.facebook.com/CafeSaharaKelowna?fref=ts MADCHILD - Only Gets Better: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=avBvj2dIt8M MADCHILD & SLAINE - Granade Launcher: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_owQBmJh5Nk
Sounds Like: Cypress Hill, Swollen Members, Jedi Mind Tricks, Immortal Technique, Sweatshop Union
Bio: 4 years in the game with over 100 performances, 3 full length CD's half a dozen music videos, real life brothers Komrade and Pat Grim have accomplished quite a bit in their young life.
After their debut release Don't Judge A Book By Its Cover in November 2008 and with the success of the City is...See Full Bio
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“I’d met Goyette briefly a few weeks before, at the fifth annual Hip-Hop on the Ave, which happens every year at Avenue Theatre on 118th Ave. Dozens of local artists perform in support of Santa’s Anonymous. For many, it’s their first chance to get on stage. Goyette organized it. He also opened the doors for youth from the inner-city to attend for free. He understands how important it is to give back to the community, and to give people opportunities.”