The Coolout 20th Anniversary

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THE COOLOUT 20th ANNIVERSARY
Celebrating 20 Years of Northwest Hip-Hop Television History

Coolout TV, the foundational source of Hip Hop and Urban Music/Arts on television in the Northwest will be celebrating it’s 20th year of existence this coming April 2, 2011 with a highly anticipated blowout event. Over the many years Coolout has been pivotal in exposing the best in Hip Hop music, dance and art locally, regionally and nationally, from Sir Mix-A-Lot to D.Black and Public Enemy to Mary J Blige and many others. Coolout frontman Georgio Brown invites all to attend the milestone event as this will be the last anniversary celebration until 2016, Coolout’s 25th year of life. The break will give Brown time to focus intensively on creating documentaries from the incalculably valuable footage he’s taken over the years. In the spirit of excitement about Coolout’s history and future, the evening will feature a knock-out roster of performances and entertainment that will be unveiled only during the celebration!

Saturday, April 2nd
Coolout Network Presents
THE COOLOUT 20th ANNIVERSARY
Celebrating 20 Years of Northwest Hip-Hop Television History
Hosted by Isiah Anderson & DJ Rocphella
w/ Surprise Performances by Northwest Hip-Hop & R&B Stars
The Crocodile, 2200 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA 98121
9pm Doors – $10 Adv. – 21+

About the Coolout Network:
Celebrating 20 years of service to the music community in the Northwest, Coolout TV is the butterfly on the wall of urban music’s past, present & future. Established in April of 1991 on the Seattle Community Access Network station channel 29/77 and seen today on internet webisodes, Coolout and Georgio Brown do what they do best, documenting Hip Hop and Urban culture to the fullest.

About the Crocodile:
For twenty years, music fans far and wide recognized the Crocodile Cafe as Seattle’s best live music venue. Established in April of 1991, there is no other spot in the 206 with such a storied and beloved past, and no other rock and roll venue that has earned its right to occupy the hearts of so many.