PRESS RELEASE - 21 November 2020
The 6th edition of the Woila Hip Hop Festival is scheduled to take place from the 1st to the 3rd of December in Garoua, north Cameroon, under the theme of "Working Together."
The Association for the Promotion and Development of Urban Cultures (under the label 2H Kulture) is pleased to announce the return of the Woila Hip Hop Festival after a two year absence. And for its 6th edition, the Woila Hip Hop Festival will showcase all of the urban cultural offerings in Garoua: music, dance, DJ sets, lectures and debate, an exhibition and an HIV film screening, with invited countries Chad, Gabon and the Central African Republic.
For the 6th edition, the festival will open with an event called "Hip Hop Protect" on Thursday the 1st of December from 10am at the Collège Moderne de la Bénoué. It is a 100% hip hop concert coupled with an HIV film screening that includes essential information about prevention and awareness campaigns aimed at young people.
To close the event, a giant concert will be held on Saturday the 3rd of December at the party house in Garoua, with a festive mix of major stars, emerging artists and local groups on stage. Without forgetting the famous improvised musical performances and the unmissable DJ sets!
These are the values of transcendence, creativity, sharing and tolerance that we wish to promote in the context of this Hip-Hop festival, echoing the New York pioneers, creators of the movement and their motto: "Peace, Love, Unity and Having Fun.”
The entire 2H Kulture team has been working tirelessly to bring together a warm, enjoyable and unforgettable event!
Woila Hip Hop Festival is a member of Arterial Network Cameroon.
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