The NMAAHC Hip-Hop Block Party Returns This Summer

The National Museum of African American History and Culture– NMAAHC Hip-Hop Block Party returns to D.C. this summer for its second year! The event brings together some of hip-hop’s most influential artists and DJs for an hour of fresh beats, and hip-hop discussion. This year’s event will honor 50 years of hip-hop history according to the recent update from the Smithsonian.

In addition to hip-hop and a panel discussion from some of your favorite beatmakers, there will be a series of interactive games at the festival. Get creative with graffiti art and bust a move with break dancing!

Courtesy of the NMAAHC, an outdoor exhibition will fill the National Mall with hip-hop artifacts just recently added to the museum’s collection. Tickets go live in July for the free event and are required for entry.

The NMAAHC will also be celebrating hip-hop beyond the block! Take a hip-hop centered gallery tour and finish the adventure at the Smithsonian’s Club Cafe.

The Hip-Hop Block Party marks the return of the beloved cafe who will offer a hip-hop inspired menu so good even your taste buds will be dancing. You can also shop the museums exclusive assortment of items celebrating the 50th anniversary of hip-hop. Make sure to check out “Jazz in the Garden” for more summer music fun!

Find the NMAAHC Hip-Hop Block Party on August 12, 2023 at 10:30 AM

At the intersection of Madison Drive NW and 15th Street NW

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