July 23, 2012
The “Illadelph” Legends Festival Returns For A Week Of Hip Hop Music And Dance At The University Of The Arts, July 26-August 1
Hip hop takes over the state-of-the-art Terra Building at the University of the Arts from July 26-August 1 for a week of electrifying music and dance.
The Illadelph Legends Festival, presented by Rennie Harris Puremovement, honors hip hop with a full schedule of master classes, lecture demonstrations, open jam sessions, panel discussions and break-out sessions from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. daily.
Did we mention that this is the longest continually run hip hop festival?
Join some of the most influential instructors from around the world as they teach and mentor participants in styles including: Boogaloo, Locking, Popping, Hip Hop, House, B-Boy/B-Girl, Afro/Funk and Salsa.
With local and international artists and performers, Illadelph offers participants a chance to share ideas and work with a larger community, be inspired and get creative, all while honoring the work of hip hop’s pioneers.
Registration is open online. Single classes start at only $20.
The Illadelph Legends Festival
When: Thursday, July 26-Wednesday, August 1, 9-5 p.m.
Where: Terra Building at UArts, 211 S. Broad Street
Cost: Single classes starting at $20
More info: www.rhpm.org