The Hip Hop Hall of Fame, in collaboration with some of the most influential figures in the Hip-Hop industry, has announced The Legends & Icons Weekend at Priví. The event is a one-of-a-kind, three-day experience bringing together Hip-Hop pioneers, artists, and enthusiasts from the North and South to commemorate the genre's rich cultural heritage and evolution over half a century.
The event takes place November 17-19, and attendees will have a chance to enjoy a weekend filled with education, entertainment, and moments with artists such as Chubb Rock, Raheem The Dream, Positive K, Soul Brother Tabone, and many more.
"I couldn't be more excited about the decision to hold our Legends & Icons weekend at Priví," says JT Thompson, Founder & CEO of Hip-Hop Hall of Fame. “Priví represents the perfect fusion of Hip-Hop culture and an exceptional venue. It's a place where the roots of the genre can truly shine, and where the legends and icons of hip-hop can receive the recognition and celebration they deserve. This collaboration embodies our commitment to preserving the rich history and influence of Hip-Hop, and we look forward to making this event an unforgettable experience for everyone involved."
The weekend's festivities also include a state of "State of Hip-Hop" symposium, a Sneaker Ball featuring a Sugar Hill Gang performance, and a free concert block party with performances by Nice & Smooth, Chubb Rock, and Pastor Troy.
"We're thrilled to welcome the Hip-Hop community and music lovers to Priví for this incredible celebration," says Vaughn Irons, Priví Owner and Developer. "This event is a testament to our commitment to supporting and promoting the rich tapestry of Hip-Hop culture."