You can read more about the event here: https://tucson.com/entertainment/music/ ... 92b4d.htmlIn its third year, the Tucson Hip Hop Festival is expanding from a single day to four, with over 100 local and regional artists participating in workshops, panel discussions and one-on-one mentorships.
When festival directors Jocelyn Valencia and Pike Romero came up with the idea for a Tucson festival in 2015, they wanted to help educate the Tucson community on all aspects of hip-hop culture.
“From what I’m aware of, we’re the only hip-hop festival that’s been built from the ground up that’s very grassroots and also represents all the elements of hip-hop culture,” Valencia said.
I'm not a festival goer so I never actually heard of this but if I was in the area, I would go in a heart beat. Sounds like a good time. Good music, food, hanging out with people, etc.