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.
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 | Meeting of the Minds | 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 | Street Hues | Ubunye Project | Washington Hall | Zulu Jam | Zulu Radio