The 42nd annual Twin Cities Pride weekend is brimming with live entertainment. On the weekend of June 28-29, more than 80 artists will take over Loring Park for a series of concerts on four stages. The centerpiece of the celebration is Saturday's Pride in Concert show, featuring Australian pop sensa ... More >>
A coalition of members of the Minnesota hip-hop community have spoken out against a proposed event intended to be a celebration of the local scene. On Monday, an open letter to Minnesota Public Radio and Twin Cities Public Television was distributed requesting that the May 10 event be postponed. Upd ... More >>
Last year, Hip Hop Harambee emerged as a compelling new Twin Cities festival. Held at the Nomad World Pub, and featuring an outdoor stage in its parking lot, the event had room to grow into a sizable party once Sims and headliner Talib Kweli got up into the action.Now, the event is ready for its sec ... More >>
(Photo by phogel) This week we have the bike-friendly art party ARTCRANK, a three-day conference exploring hip hop, and an evening dedicated to folk musician John Prine.
Authors, politicians, rappers, and activists hope to promote activism through hip hop and art at this free event.
Come for the cause, stay for the great hip hop and spoken word lineup.
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