Sounds Like: BIG SEAN, Wiz Khalifa, LMFAO, Wale, Mike Posner
Bio: Toon is a record producer, song writer/musician from born in Baltimore, Maryland. He discovered his love for the stage while attending the Durham School of the Arts. His style of production channels electro-pop influences and modern Hip-Hop. He has made a name for himself in the Bull City with hi... See Full BioMore Info
JAMNESIA is DURTY Art Collective's annual local music festival. Proceeds fund DURTY's local art and music programming, support our communal studio space, and help us to support our local creative community. If you are interested in volunteering to GET IN FOR FREE + a sweet t-shirt, email email@example.com with the subject line "Volunteer at Jamnesia" and kindly provide your name, your phone number, and a little bit about what you might be interested in helping out with (food, cleanup, parking crew, merch, etc.). Our volunteer coordinator will follow up with you and give you the full spiel! OFFICIAL LINE-UP (Acts will be released up until the event!!) ***TOON AND THE REAL LAWW w/ DJ SHAHZAD*** TOON: www.reverbnation.com/toon REAL LAWW: www.reverbnation.com/thereallaww DJ SHAHZAD: www.facebook.com/therealDJShahzad ***HUMON*** www.facebook.com/humontheband www.reverbnation.com/humontheband www.twitter.com/humon_NC ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Vegetarian and vegan and omnivore food options available CAMPING is available and encouraged DON'T DRIVE DRUNK; Please find a kind DD and CARPOOL Absolutely NO FIRE on this land, per the owner's request. We so look forward to having you with us to share in the good time! Tell your friends!
Oak City 7 is a summer concert series located in City Plaza (on Fayetteville Street) in beautiful downtown Raleigh. Admission is free to the public and the events take place from 5pm to 10:30pm on Thursdays, beginning the Thursday after Memorial Day and ending the Thursday before Labor Day. OC7 features notable local and regional bands along with local and craft beers. There are 3 bands per event.
Graffiti, B Boys, DJ’s-OH MY! In past years, Durham’s Hip Hop scene has been tossed to the wayside. It has been associated with violence and actions that clouded the actual “art” of Hip Hop. As of July 2012, two of Durham’s very own, have made it their mission to change this stigma. Award-winning artists, Professor Toon and The Real Laww have provided the community with what has been dubbed the DURM Hip Hop Summit, a one day musical festival that blankets the city of Durham in high quality Hip Hop; that can be experienced by all ages. The Durm Hip Hop Summit truly is a show within a show, illustrating the true meaning of Hip Hop and educating its audience on the foundation of Hip Hop roots. The event showcases the five pillars of Hip Hop: beat boxing, break dancing, emceeing, deejaying and graffiti, with a mission to revive the Hip Hop scene in Durham and the Triangle area. The DURM Hip Hop Summit started off from humble beginnings with just five performers, two DJ’s, one graffiti artist and one host all at one venue. Durham Mainstays, The Beast and Joshua Gunn headlined last year’s event and even a monsoon of torrential downpour couldn’t keep the DURM HIP Hop Summit from pulling a packed house. This year, the Summit brings a rocking end to the summer that’ll be sure to have many talking in the weeks to follow. On August 17th, the event will host on an even larger exhibit of Hip Hop madness, spreading across three venues-MotorCo., Casbah and Pinhook with headliners Kooley High, Young Swift, Actual Proof, and Kaze. Getting goose bumps already, huh?! Come jam out with ten talented performers and dance into the night with six DJs spinning their hottest mixes. Also presenting, k97.5’s renowned radio personalities Wade Banner, Brian Dawnson, and Nikki Nikole to keep the crowd hype. The showcase will even provide a safe and seamless transition between venues via the Bridge Bus! A good time and a good cause, because all graffiti pieces will be donated to the Durham School of the Arts, to inspire future Hip Hoppers. What’s in store for the future of the DURM Hip Hop Summit you ask? More, more, more! With hopes of inspiring growth by adding to the already sweet list of well known sponsors such as RedBull, The Art of Cool Project, Runaway and PBR, The Summit aspires to be on the same playing field as other music festivals like A3C, Hopscotch or Bonnaroo by adding more venues and even an outside performance with nationally known acts. This marks the turning point for Hip Hop in the triangle. It’s Hip Hop and Art at its finest, connecting people from all walks of life. For more information go to: http://DURMHipHopSummit.com
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