Hip Hop South Festival
The Hip Hop South Festival celebrates the impact of hip hop across the South. Co-curated by Harvard Nasir Jones Hip Hop Fellows Christopher Massenburg (also known as Dasan Ahanu) and Dr. Regina Bradley, the festival includes headlining performances by hip hop heavyweights and local artists, as well as academic gatherings, late-night beat and dance battles, visual art and more.
The Hip Hop South Festival is part of Carolina Performing Arts’s Southern Futures initiative, which features arts experiences co-created with local communities, and focuses on racial equity, social justice and the American South.
Tickets include single-day and two-day pass options; a limited number of UNC-Chapel Hill student tickets are available.