Rock the Bells Festival – Rock the Bells is an annual hip-hop festival that originally took place in Southern California only, but has since toured throughout the world. The concert features a line-up of high-profile alternative hip-hop artists, often headlined by a more mainstream artist. The first festival was held in 2004, featuring a re-united Wu-Tang Clan, who performed four months before Ol’ Dirty Bastard‘s death. That festival is covered in depth by a documentary film also called Rock the Bells.
Smokeout Festival – The origin of today’s music-fusion festivals can be traced back to the inception of Cypress Hill Smokeout Festival. The partnership between the well-renowned band Cypress Hill and Guerilla Union made it possible to bring together enthusiasts of all sorts and marrying genres of rap-rock, hip-hop, alternative, ska, metal, punk, dance and reggae into a one-day event. Since 1998, Cypress Hill Smokeout has provided audiences a complete mind-blowing and mind-opening experience. After a six year hiatus, Cypress Hill Smokeout returns to claim the throne as the ultimate music-fusion festival.
Paid Dues Festival – Paid Dues is an urban lifestyle event presented by Murs 3:16 in association with Guerilla Union. Paid Dues represents the vibrant indie rap scene often ignored by mainstream popularity.
Chemistry – Chemistry was an Electronic Music Event that took place in Los Angeles in the 1990’s.