This year, Aspire4U are proudly supporting the B-Side Hip Hop Festival at Birmingham Hippodrome
Birmingham Hippodrome Theatre held the B-Side festival for the third year in a row.
Aspire4U are working with the director behind the event, Juice Aleem. The Afroflux Project which has the aim of reimagining black futures, is the focus of this work. B Side is the perfect backdrop for this project as it is a place where Hip-Hop culture is explored, challenged and celebrated.
Now what should you expect from this event?
Well, first of all, expect a celebration of colour, splashed amid the concrete urban surroundings. This then is to encourage individuality.
What’s more, the Birmingham Hippodrome will also showcase Hip-Hop culture through graffiti and street art. Vivid splashes of colours and bold imagery will brighten the venue.
But there will also be more! For example, dance competitions, rap battles, workshops for families and live DJs playing.
This event is too good to miss. In fact, entry is free of charge.
In order to add to the exciting atmosphere, there will also be an after-party taking place.
Some acts include Rasko, Henry Link and Zookie.
See below the explosive artwork of Rasko, some of which will be displayed:
Written by Kate Dodwell
For Aspire4U CIC,
The Mindset Lead Organisation
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Finally, you can get Involved!
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss our current opportunities. Or you can also tell us what you thought of the festival.