7 In The 6ix – Toronto Hip Hop Events: Sep 23 – Sep 29

7 In The 6ix

Hip Hop Authority is proud to bring to you 7 in The 6ix. It’s a weekly publication where you can find out what’s happening in Toronto in regards to the Hip Hop culture. There are so many amazing events happening in the city and it can be hard to keep up with it all. 7 In The 6ix is your go to spot to find out what Toronto Hip Hop events are going down.

7 In The 6ix also represents the rich and thriving Hip Hop culture that Toronto exudes. From the music, whether it’s emcees, producers and DJs, art in the form of graffiti and other aspects, and dance, all elements of the Hip Hop culture are fully represented in this vibrant city. When you see the 7 In The 6ix logo you will feel the strength, influence and significant contribution that Toronto has brought to the Hip Hop world now and in the future.

7 In The 6ix – Toronto Hip Hop Events: September 23rd – September 29th

Marlon Craft – Sep 25 – The Drake Hotel – 1150 Queen St, W, Toronto

Marlon Craft Toronto

$15 general admission, $50 meeting greet
Doors: 8:00PM

Tickets available at ticketfly.com


Raw Vibes – Sep 26 – The Drake Hotel – 1150 Queen St, W, Toronto

Raw Vibes Toronto

$21.59
Doors: 10:30PM

For the last 3 years @controllerise has been making it’s name as America’s foremost beat culture collective. On the 26th of September, Toronto will experience what Atlanta and the rest of the US have been raving about. In collaboration with @thebuildco (A pillar in Toronto’s beat scene) We bring Toronto “Raw Vibes” a one of a kind vibe session with a monster of a line up at @drakeunderground

Performances by:

@stlndrms 
@elaquent 
@astromegamusic 
@maxmelanin 
@joshgrantjosh 
@thisisjeia 
Visuals by:
@kazuya_ito

Tickets available at universe.com


Hip Hop 101 Cafe, Thrust – Sep 26 – Hart House – 7 Hart House Cir, Toronto

Hip Hop 101 Cafe Toronto

12:15 pm – 1:15 pm

Welcome to  the Hart House Hip Hop 101 Café.  Whether you’re a sneakerhead or a novice, an emerging fan or an old school expert, we’ve got a  Hip Hop  conversation for you!

Hip Hop 101 Café is a space created for students to come together  and explore  how  Hip Hop infuses  all parts of our  everyday culture. Peer-and community-led conversations in this space will leave you with a deeper appreciation of  a shared community and  a greater understanding  of how  Hip Hop  culture continues to influence our world.

Everyone is welcome. Bring a friend and drop-by the Hart House Hip Hop 101 Café in the Map Room.  Refreshments will be served.

Come  chillax and  enjoy the vibe!

Topics we will explore through the Hip Hop 101 Café series:

  • The Evolution of Hip Hop: Then, Now, Next
  • Hip Hop through an Indigenous Lens
  • Hip Hop, Women and Gender Dynamics
  • Hip Hop and Criminal Justice
  • The Economics of Hip Hop
  • Hip Hop, Faith and Spirituality

More info at harthouse.ca


Unity Festival 2019 – Sep 27-Sep 28 – Northern Contemporary Gallery – 1605 Queen St W, Toronto

Unity Festival 2019

Free

Going into its 12th consecutive year, the Unity Festival–Unity Charity’s annual flagship event and Canada’s largest youth hip hop festival– continues to be a dynamic, multi-disciplinary Hip Hop arts festival for youth that takes place at unique urban venues in Toronto’s vibrant downtown core. Similar to Unity’s work with youth year-round, the Unity Festival highlights Hip-Hop’s power as an agent of artistic progression, community building and social change, with a focus on the empowerment of our future’s most vital asset: youth.

The Unity Festival provides an opportunity for emerging youth artists to present high-quality performances alongside established artists, and creates an accessible platform for youth to engage in arts-based competitions, workshops and exhibitions. Youth also benefit from opportunities to learn from artists who not only expertly teach their craft, but also generously tell their own compelling stories of struggle, self-reflection and triumph through hip hop.

With this in mind, we’re excited to introduce this year’s festival theme:

Unity Is Hip Hop…Unity is Community…Unity is Youth

Join us on Friday, September 27th and Saturday, September 28th for the 2019 Unity Festival at The Northern Contemporary Gallery located inside the historic Parkdale Theatre building at 1605 Queen St. West.

The Northern Contemporary Gallery aims to promote Toronto’s already-thriving art community, providing greater exposure for artists to new markets and houses a large performance space where Unity and its partners will be featuring Hip-Hop, R&B, and Spoken Word artists, major dance exhibitions and battles, a multi-media exhibition featuring a number of contemporary visual artists, as well as a Silent Disco.

Register at Eventbrite.com


Toronto Loop Sessions – Sep 29 – Music Den – 110 Bond St, Toronto

Toronto Loop Sessions Sep 29

Free
3:00PM

We have partnered with @ryersonmusicden for our next session on Sunday, September 29th. Our vinyl curator this round has just dropped a Polaris-nominated album and is the host of the award-winning Netflix series, Hip-Hop Evolution…Guess who??? None other than our man, @Shadkmusic.⁣
⁣IMPORTANT: There’s a limited capacity of 16 participants. To apply please complete the form on our linktree link, in our profile. Participants will be announced this week (before the event). Guests are welcome during the entire event without the need to RSVP. Thanks to @moogaudio and @longandmcquade for their support

Check out @loopsessionstoronto on Instagram for more info.


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