Programs

206 Zulu programs include a range of one-off, weekly, monthly and annual events and projects throughout Seattle/King County, including Hip Hop and community oriented dances, competitions, concerts, showcases, open mics, charity events, community service projects, workshops, conferences, festivals, art shows and more.

206 Zulu takes a multifaceted approach to cultivating a healthy community in the Northwest by offering all ages and affordable, mostly free programming that is-

Accessible: Programs are centrally located within various areas of Seattle and accessible regardless of income, locality or ability.

Diverse: All inclusive programs bring a wide array of attendees from different neighborhoods, cultural backgrounds, religions and ages.

Empowering: From musical concerts to participatory open mics and educational classes to benefit shows, 206 Zulu offers programs that are uplifting and serve the community.

Fun: The main ingredient in 206 Zulu’s programs are that they are fun. Interactive functions build community and a sense of family.

BEAT MASTERS
BEATS TO THE RHYME
BOOGIE UP THE BLOCK
COOLOUT NETWORK
EMERALD STREET STUDIOS
HIP HOP 101 TV
HIP HOP HISTORY MONTH
NW HIP HOP PARADE TROOP
OFF THE WALL
OURSTORY
SEATTLE HIP HOP FILM FESTIVAL
SOULFUL MONDAYS
WASHINGTON HALL
WRITERS BENCH
QUEEN VS QUEEN
ZULU JAM
ZULU RADIO

PROGRAMS
206 Gala | 206 Zulu Anniversary | Beat Masters | Beats to the Rhyme | Boogie Up The Block | Coolout Network | Dia De Los Muertos | DMC | Emerald Street Studios | Hip Hop 101 TV | Hip Hop History Month | Hope For Youth | Massive Monkees Day | Mighty 4 | NW Folklife Festival | NW HipHop Parade Troop | Octogon World Rumble | Off The Wall | OurStory | Seattle Hip Hop Film Festival | Skratch Lounge | Soulful Mondays | Ubunye Project | Washington Hall | Zulu Jam | Zulu Radio