***For questions regarding the free pass that comes with every submission to A3C please write the Founder, Brian Knott, at firstname.lastname@example.org***
Initial lineup announced! Tech N9ne, Yelawolf, Hopsin, Gunplay, Oddisee, Chris Webby and Skyzoo are all slated to perform at this year's festival.
Now heading into its 8th year, the A3C Hip Hop Festival is a 2-day, 3-night event held annually in Atlanta, featuring live performances from some of hip hops elite and brightest up-and-coming artists. Through the support of artists and fans alike, the A3C (All 3 Coasts) has grown into one of the largest hip hop festivals in the US, drawing 15,000+ people in 2011.
At least 10 Sonicbids artists will be selected to perform at A3C in 2012. A3C has selected 75 Sonicbids artists to perform since 2005 (including 22 last year). A3C strives to put at least one Sonicbids artist on as many stages as possible throughout the weekend. Additionally, each act that is not selected from Sonicbids submissions will receive a free 3-day festival pass. For more info on the history of A3C, as well as some advice and insight into their booking process, check out this interview with A3C's founder, Brian Knott.
In addition to live music performances the A3C also features, graphic art, fashion, film, producer showcases, pro audio demonstrations and music industry panels. The event is a central meeting point for hip hop fans as well as MCs, DJs, producers, and anyone else looking to advance their
careers within the music industry.
Since 2005 the event has featured hundreds of hip hop's most influential and talented artists in the US, including: 9th Wonder, Action Bronson, B.o.B, Big KRIT, Big Daddy Kane, Black Sheep, Camp Lo, Chip Tha Ripper, Cyhi Da Prynce, The Clipse, Curren$y, Dead Prez, DJ Premier, Dom Kennedy, Freeway, Freddie Gibbs, Jean Grae, J. Cole, The Juice Crew, Killer Mike, Little Brother, M.O.P., Murs, Pill, Random Axe, Rakim, Rhymefest, Smoke DZA, Stalley,Souls of Mischief, Wale, Yelawolf and many more.
Apply by Sep 10, 2012
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