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Made for New York Hip Hop Lovers
Made for New York Hip Hop Lovers
Collection by Eventbrite
If you love hip hop, you’re going to love this collection of hip hop infused experiences. Whether it’s a trap brunch, rap karaoke, or you’re listening to old school beats in downward dog, this collection will inject hip hop into your life in a very real way.
Made for New York Hip Hop Lovers

Trap Yoga Bae / Trap Day / Oakland, CA

  • New to hip-hop dance? That's fine. This class is judgement free, so you'll be able to practice your moves without fear of scrutiny.
  • As the world gets more intense and more connected, technology continues to affect every part of our lives — including music. Join the squad for this interactive panel on the future of music, and you might walk out with some swag on top of your knowledge.
  • Hip hop is an improvisational genre at heart, so it's not a stretch to imagine an improv show that focuses on hip hop. The club goes up on a Tuesday as freestyle meets comedy in this Williamsburg cocktail bar.
  • One of rap's living legends, the all-time great Rakim, joins Cheo Hodari Coker in conversation to talk about his life, the history of hip hop, and how his style changed the way we understand rap music — paving the way for an entire swath of newer artists.
  • Turn your Thursday night all the way up with Cali spitter, Snow Tha Product, who takes over the Elsewhere main hall with her brand of rapid fire bars and bilingual skills.
  • Summer's gotta end so fall can take over, and that means it's Hoodie Season. This showcase of new school Brooklyn hip hop will usher in the chiller vibes of autumn right before the first weekend of the season.
  • Some of Staten Island's finest spitters will team up for a Thursday night showcase. The series promises to be the first in a series, spotlighting the fifth borough's hottest new artists, as well as some veterans of the scene.
  • Test your knowledge of (MTV-centric) hip-hop history with Yo! MTV Bingo at Brooklyn's Alligator Lounge. Come for the memories, music bingo, and trivia, but stay for the free pizza.
  • If you're looking for a heady night of rap, this is not your choice. Swoosh God is all about the energetic bops — a perfect fit for a Saturday night at Elsewhere, one of Brooklyn's hottest party spots.
  • Reading and hip hop have always gone hand-in-hand, which is why this event is a no brainer. Encouraging literacy through hip hop, the read-in will be a great place to explore how the two practices intersect.
  • We love karaoke, and we love hip-hop shows, and we definitely love them together. Celebrate the culture with a night of performances in Harlem, and then show off your own rapping skills when the mic gets passed your way.
  • Want a little faith with your rhymes? The annual Kingdom Choice Awards honor the best in Christian hip hop and urban gospel, with twelve awards given out on the night. #blessed
  • One of the newest and hottest Atlanta rappers takes the stage at the legendary S.O.B.'s venue in the West Village. The 2016 winner of Jermaine Dupree's "The Rap Game," will get you moving with tracks from her EP, "Big Latto," including her biggest hit, "Bitch From Da Souf."
  • Relive — or experience for the first time — all the best hip-hop hits from the ’90s, in the city that was responsible for most of the greatest songs. Lots of A Tribe Called Quest tracks are virtually guaranteed.
  • Confessional rap, served in one of Manhattan's finest venues. Kick it with Connecticut's finest, as Witt Lowry brings you into his tight-knit family for an intimate show at the Bowery Ballroom.
  • New to hip-hop dance? That's fine. This class is judgement free, so you'll be able to practice your moves without fear of scrutiny.
  • As the world gets more intense and more connected, technology continues to affect every part of our lives — including music. Join the squad for this interactive panel on the future of music, and you might walk out with some swag on top of your knowledge.
  • Hip hop is an improvisational genre at heart, so it's not a stretch to imagine an improv show that focuses on hip hop. The club goes up on a Tuesday as freestyle meets comedy in this Williamsburg cocktail bar.
  • One of rap's living legends, the all-time great Rakim, joins Cheo Hodari Coker in conversation to talk about his life, the history of hip hop, and how his style changed the way we understand rap music — paving the way for an entire swath of newer artists.
  • Turn your Thursday night all the way up with Cali spitter, Snow Tha Product, who takes over the Elsewhere main hall with her brand of rapid fire bars and bilingual skills.
  • Summer's gotta end so fall can take over, and that means it's Hoodie Season. This showcase of new school Brooklyn hip hop will usher in the chiller vibes of autumn right before the first weekend of the season.
  • Some of Staten Island's finest spitters will team up for a Thursday night showcase. The series promises to be the first in a series, spotlighting the fifth borough's hottest new artists, as well as some veterans of the scene.
  • Test your knowledge of (MTV-centric) hip-hop history with Yo! MTV Bingo at Brooklyn's Alligator Lounge. Come for the memories, music bingo, and trivia, but stay for the free pizza.
  • If you're looking for a heady night of rap, this is not your choice. Swoosh God is all about the energetic bops — a perfect fit for a Saturday night at Elsewhere, one of Brooklyn's hottest party spots.
  • Reading and hip hop have always gone hand-in-hand, which is why this event is a no brainer. Encouraging literacy through hip hop, the read-in will be a great place to explore how the two practices intersect.
  • We love karaoke, and we love hip-hop shows, and we definitely love them together. Celebrate the culture with a night of performances in Harlem, and then show off your own rapping skills when the mic gets passed your way.
  • Want a little faith with your rhymes? The annual Kingdom Choice Awards honor the best in Christian hip hop and urban gospel, with twelve awards given out on the night. #blessed
  • One of the newest and hottest Atlanta rappers takes the stage at the legendary S.O.B.'s venue in the West Village. The 2016 winner of Jermaine Dupree's "The Rap Game," will get you moving with tracks from her EP, "Big Latto," including her biggest hit, "Bitch From Da Souf."
  • Relive — or experience for the first time — all the best hip-hop hits from the ’90s, in the city that was responsible for most of the greatest songs. Lots of A Tribe Called Quest tracks are virtually guaranteed.
  • Confessional rap, served in one of Manhattan's finest venues. Kick it with Connecticut's finest, as Witt Lowry brings you into his tight-knit family for an intimate show at the Bowery Ballroom.
Made for New York Hip Hop Lovers

Trap Yoga Bae / Trap Day / Oakland, CA

Made for New York Hip Hop Lovers
Made for New York Hip Hop Lovers
Collection by Eventbrite
If you love hip hop, you’re going to love this collection of hip hop infused experiences. Whether it’s a trap brunch, rap karaoke, or you’re listening to old school beats in downward dog, this collection will inject hip hop into your life in a very real way.
If you love hip hop, you’re going to love this collection of hip hop infused experiences. Whether it’s a trap brunch, rap karaoke, or you’re listening to old school beats in downward dog, this collection will inject hip hop into your life in a very real way.
  • New to hip-hop dance? That's fine. This class is judgement free, so you'll be able to practice your moves without fear of scrutiny.
  • As the world gets more intense and more connected, technology continues to affect every part of our lives — including music. Join the squad for this interactive panel on the future of music, and you might walk out with some swag on top of your knowledge.
  • Hip hop is an improvisational genre at heart, so it's not a stretch to imagine an improv show that focuses on hip hop. The club goes up on a Tuesday as freestyle meets comedy in this Williamsburg cocktail bar.
  • One of rap's living legends, the all-time great Rakim, joins Cheo Hodari Coker in conversation to talk about his life, the history of hip hop, and how his style changed the way we understand rap music — paving the way for an entire swath of newer artists.
  • Turn your Thursday night all the way up with Cali spitter, Snow Tha Product, who takes over the Elsewhere main hall with her brand of rapid fire bars and bilingual skills.
  • Summer's gotta end so fall can take over, and that means it's Hoodie Season. This showcase of new school Brooklyn hip hop will usher in the chiller vibes of autumn right before the first weekend of the season.
  • Some of Staten Island's finest spitters will team up for a Thursday night showcase. The series promises to be the first in a series, spotlighting the fifth borough's hottest new artists, as well as some veterans of the scene.
  • Test your knowledge of (MTV-centric) hip-hop history with Yo! MTV Bingo at Brooklyn's Alligator Lounge. Come for the memories, music bingo, and trivia, but stay for the free pizza.
  • If you're looking for a heady night of rap, this is not your choice. Swoosh God is all about the energetic bops — a perfect fit for a Saturday night at Elsewhere, one of Brooklyn's hottest party spots.
  • Reading and hip hop have always gone hand-in-hand, which is why this event is a no brainer. Encouraging literacy through hip hop, the read-in will be a great place to explore how the two practices intersect.
  • We love karaoke, and we love hip-hop shows, and we definitely love them together. Celebrate the culture with a night of performances in Harlem, and then show off your own rapping skills when the mic gets passed your way.
  • Want a little faith with your rhymes? The annual Kingdom Choice Awards honor the best in Christian hip hop and urban gospel, with twelve awards given out on the night. #blessed
  • One of the newest and hottest Atlanta rappers takes the stage at the legendary S.O.B.'s venue in the West Village. The 2016 winner of Jermaine Dupree's "The Rap Game," will get you moving with tracks from her EP, "Big Latto," including her biggest hit, "Bitch From Da Souf."
  • Relive — or experience for the first time — all the best hip-hop hits from the ’90s, in the city that was responsible for most of the greatest songs. Lots of A Tribe Called Quest tracks are virtually guaranteed.
  • Confessional rap, served in one of Manhattan's finest venues. Kick it with Connecticut's finest, as Witt Lowry brings you into his tight-knit family for an intimate show at the Bowery Ballroom.
  • New to hip-hop dance? That's fine. This class is judgement free, so you'll be able to practice your moves without fear of scrutiny.
  • As the world gets more intense and more connected, technology continues to affect every part of our lives — including music. Join the squad for this interactive panel on the future of music, and you might walk out with some swag on top of your knowledge.
  • Hip hop is an improvisational genre at heart, so it's not a stretch to imagine an improv show that focuses on hip hop. The club goes up on a Tuesday as freestyle meets comedy in this Williamsburg cocktail bar.
  • One of rap's living legends, the all-time great Rakim, joins Cheo Hodari Coker in conversation to talk about his life, the history of hip hop, and how his style changed the way we understand rap music — paving the way for an entire swath of newer artists.
  • Turn your Thursday night all the way up with Cali spitter, Snow Tha Product, who takes over the Elsewhere main hall with her brand of rapid fire bars and bilingual skills.
  • Summer's gotta end so fall can take over, and that means it's Hoodie Season. This showcase of new school Brooklyn hip hop will usher in the chiller vibes of autumn right before the first weekend of the season.
  • Some of Staten Island's finest spitters will team up for a Thursday night showcase. The series promises to be the first in a series, spotlighting the fifth borough's hottest new artists, as well as some veterans of the scene.
  • Test your knowledge of (MTV-centric) hip-hop history with Yo! MTV Bingo at Brooklyn's Alligator Lounge. Come for the memories, music bingo, and trivia, but stay for the free pizza.
  • If you're looking for a heady night of rap, this is not your choice. Swoosh God is all about the energetic bops — a perfect fit for a Saturday night at Elsewhere, one of Brooklyn's hottest party spots.
  • Reading and hip hop have always gone hand-in-hand, which is why this event is a no brainer. Encouraging literacy through hip hop, the read-in will be a great place to explore how the two practices intersect.
  • We love karaoke, and we love hip-hop shows, and we definitely love them together. Celebrate the culture with a night of performances in Harlem, and then show off your own rapping skills when the mic gets passed your way.
  • Want a little faith with your rhymes? The annual Kingdom Choice Awards honor the best in Christian hip hop and urban gospel, with twelve awards given out on the night. #blessed
  • One of the newest and hottest Atlanta rappers takes the stage at the legendary S.O.B.'s venue in the West Village. The 2016 winner of Jermaine Dupree's "The Rap Game," will get you moving with tracks from her EP, "Big Latto," including her biggest hit, "Bitch From Da Souf."
  • Relive — or experience for the first time — all the best hip-hop hits from the ’90s, in the city that was responsible for most of the greatest songs. Lots of A Tribe Called Quest tracks are virtually guaranteed.
  • Confessional rap, served in one of Manhattan's finest venues. Kick it with Connecticut's finest, as Witt Lowry brings you into his tight-knit family for an intimate show at the Bowery Ballroom.