ATLANTA – The crème de la crème of hip hop festivals and conferences, the A3C Festival and Conference 2015, returns to Hotlanta for a five-day orgy of sights and sounds – an unrivaled and incomparable experience of shows, celebrity appearances, performances and workshops featuring real hip hop bosses from Oct. 7-11
The 11th annual A3C Festival and Conference feature no less than Wiz Khalifa, 2Chainz, De la Soul, Organized Noize and Rico Wade, Cam’ron, Rakim, Silkk The Shocker, Curren$y & Jet Life, Beanie Sigel, Dej Loaf and Mike Will Made It. More than 35,000 reportedly attended the extravaganza last year.
Documentaries will be shown including “The End of Malice” with No Malice of the rap duo Clipse and “Fresh Dressed,” chronicling hip-hop’s history.
Dame Dash, Marc Lamont Hill and Ryan Leslie are some of the many to speak on panels.
A3C Festival features 500+ performances over 5 days, while the Hip-Hop community ascends on Atlanta to experience, celebrate and discover the most legendary, talented and promising artists from across the US, and abroad. Artists are continuously added to A3C Festival line-up and every night features surprise performances. In other words, the A3C Festival is an amazing Hip-Hop experience like no other. The A3C Festival Grounds is open Friday – Sunday and is located in the heart of the Old 4th Ward, along the new Atlanta Streetcar line, near the corner of Edgewood & Boulevard.
The A3C Conference is an incomparable platform for the Hip-Hop industry, academics, creatives, companies and organizations to connect, learn and build. A3C Conference includes keynote speakers, panels, workshops, demos, interviews, screenings, mixers and exhibits featuring over 150 Hip-Hop industry experts, academics and influencers.
A3C Conference addresses many aspects of Hip-Hop culture and provides an engaged audience with insight and information on the following topics:
- Artist Development
- Music Business
- Arts & Culture
- Film & Video
- Style & Fashion
- Social Responsibility
The A3C Conference is hosted at The Loudermilk Center, which is located in downtown Atlanta.