206 Zulu 15th Anniversary

THE HOMECOMING
February 15-17, 2018
Seattle, Washington

Friday, February 15
206 Zulu 15th Anniversary Kick Off | 9pm | $10 pre-sale, $15 door

Performances by I Am ChamelAtLas’, NajeasBeats and Special Guests. Hosted by Melkez.
Location: The Crocodile
Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/206-zulu-15th-anniversary-kick-off-tickets-54947495438

Saturday, February 16
Meeting of the Minds | 1pm-4pm | FREE
Featuring guest speakers DJ QBert, Egyptian Lover, Supreme La Rock, Asia One, Popmaster Fabel, Cros, Alien Ness and more. Music by DJ Topspin.
Street Stylez Bonnie & Clyde Battle | 4pm-9pm | $10 pre-sale, $15 door 
$2,000 in prizes! Starts promptly at 5pm. Music by DJs DV One and Fever One.
Register to enter: 206 Zulu Street Stylez
After Party, 9pm-11pm
Featuring DJ QBert & Egyptian Lover!
Location: Washington Hall
Tickets: www.206zulu15th.brownpapertickets.com

Sunday, February 17
Meeting of the Minds | 2pm-6pm | FREE

Featuring Aaron Dixon, Nikkita Oliver, 179, Crayone and many more TBA. Music by DJ Vitamin D.
Free Community Dinner | 6pm-8pm | FREE
RSVP for free dinner. Music by DJ Neebor and Special Guests.
Location: Washington Hall

Sponsored by Seattle Department of Neighborhoods and Thud Rumble.

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About 206 Zulu Anniversary

Each year, Hip Hop supporters from around the country gather in Seattle, Washington to celebrate and experience the 206 Zulu Anniversaries.

206 Zulu has recieved wide recognition for the precedence it has set in community-building, education, outreach, activism, and artistic excellence. Since its inception in 2004, 206 Zulu has taken the motto of “Knowledge, Wisdom, and Understanding” to another level for the next generation.

206 Zulu dedicates Presidents weekend in February as a time to celebrate not just the organizations accomplishments, but to pay tribute to the entire Hip Hop culture.

Continuing in the tradition of ‘Peace, Love, Unity & Having Fun’, this flagship event carries a mission to

  • Celebrate the Anniversary of 206 Zulu.
  • Preserve and promote the elements of Hip Hop culture: Deejaying and Emceeing (music), Graff (visual art), B-Boying/B-Girling (dance) and Knowledge (education).
  • Delineate the uplifting and empowering essence of Hip Hop.
  • Create dialog to aid in solutions to prevalent issues in the Hip Hop community and the world at large.
  • Raise consciousness on aforementioned issues to those outside the Hip Hop community.
  • Heighten the exposure of emerging artists from around the country.
  • Motivate youth by providing positive avenues of self-expression and encouraging unity.
  • Open lines of communication for personal growth and networking.
  • Unify people of all-ages from all walks of life.