Zulu Jam is the Northwest Folklife Festival’s premiere Hip Hop stage. Featuring a broad range of emerging artists from the Northwest and beyond, 206 Zulu has partnered with Northwest Folklife since 2008 and continues to this day to expose true-school Hip Hop to the masses.
The Northwest Folklife Festival is an annual gathering that celebrates the traditional art, music and crafts of the Pacific Northwest. Admission is completely free, and the gathering takes place at the Seattle Center every Memorial weekend in May. It attracts an estimated total of 250,000 people and 6,000 musicians every year. The festival itself began in 1972, and has since been dedicated to creating opportunities for people to appreciate, create, share, and participate in some of the most culturally rich traditions of the Pacific Northwest.
Stay tuned to year round programs and events happening at Northwest Folklife at the official site.
2008 – Zulu Jam at NW Folklife Festival
2009 – Zulu Jam at NW Folklife
2010 – Zulu Jam at NW Folklife
2011 – Zulu Jam at NW Folklife Festival
2012 – Zulu Jam at NW Folklife Festival
2013 – Prince vs Prince
2014 – Prince vs Prince
2015 – NW Folklife Festival
2015 – Prince vs Prince
2015 – Queen of the Hill
2016 – Queen of the Hill @ NW Folklife Festival
2016 – Coolout 25 @ NW Folklife Festival
2016 – Prince vs Prince
2017 – Prince vs Prince 2017
2017 – Queen of the Hill 2017
2018 – Queen of the Hill
2018 – Seattle Children’s Festival
2019 – Break Wars: Battle For Folklife
2021 – Cypher Queenz at NW Folklife
2021 – Building From Here: Arts and Culture in the Pacific Northwest
2022 – Live Graffiti Art in the Maker’s Space