Ten Years of Rock the Bells | Richard Takemura

Ten Years of Rock the Bells

Ten Years of Rock the Bells

If the newest wave of hip hop music is what you’re into, then you’re going to want to hear more about the upcoming Rock the Bells Hip Hop Music Festival. This music festival is going to be the biggest it’s ever been because it marks the official ten year anniversary of the event! This festival is so massive that it can’t be contained in just one city. Prepare yourselves for a festival that spans the entire United States. From Los Angeles and San Francisco to Washington D.C. and New York, these events will have over forty artists that take part in two days of performances celebrating hip hop culture.

Bridging the Gap

Rock the Bells has a tradition of mashing up the hip hop artists of yesterday with the artists of tomorrow. All the great acts will perform live on stage in front of tens of thousands in attendance. The event, which is being sponsored by Guerilla Union and Boost Mobile, is going to honor and respect the history of hip hop and what it has done to change society’s views on hip hop over the years. There are many types of hip hop, but on this night all the styles, will have their moment in the spotlight. There will be solo acts, group performances, rap battles and so much more. With the lineup that’s being advertised there’s no doubt that this event is going to be one to remember.

What’s Going Down?

There’s more than just concert performances taking place. There will be hip hop related contests, exclusive merchandise available for purchase, autograph sessions and interviews with the many hip hop celebrities joining in, and even the debut of songs from brand new studio albums that won’t be heard anywhere else. It’s going to be fun to hear of some of the best music the hip hop industry has ever heard. If you are a devoted follower of hip hop music and you can be available during Rock the Bells, you owe it to yourself to check out the event.

Tickets Available

The first two days in Los Angeles take place September 7-8th, so there’s still plenty of time to order tickets. If LA isn’t an option, San Francisco, Washington D.C. and New York will all have their own venues with tickets available for others dates within the September and October calendar year. Rock the Bells is going to be a historic 10th anniversary event that cannot be missed by any hip hop fans. So grab a ticket now to be a part of hip hop history.

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