Explore The Roots Of Hip Hop At The Newly Opened ‘Hip Hop Til Infinity’ Exhibit

Explore the extensive history and enduring influence of hip hop at Hip Hop Til Infinity, now officially open at 6400 Sunset Blvd! Embark on a journey through the years, guided by an array of rare and previously unseen artifacts.

You can also expect immersive virtual concerts, live panels and discussions, vibrant listening parties, meet-and-greets with influential artists, iconic photography displays, and an original soundtrack crafted by none other than DJ Clark Kent. Don’t miss this groundbreaking exhibit offering an unparalleled exploration of the genre’s evolution and impact!

A wall of cassette tapes
Hip Hop Til Infinity

From its origins in New York to its far-reaching influence in Los Angeles, hip hop has undergone a remarkable transformation over its 50-year journey. Yet amidst this evolution, a constant stream of innovators, trailblazers, and pioneers has shaped its realms of music, fashion, dance, storytelling, and art.

Artwork that says Because the Internet
Hip Hop Til Infinity

Hip Hop Til Infinity recognizes the multifaceted nature of the genre, understanding that it holds diverse meanings for different people, regions, and generations. As a testament to this diversity, the exhibit is curated into sections like West Coast and Southern rap, spotlighting the distinct flavors and contributions of these areas to hip hop culture.

Modern artists displayed in a massive collage
Hip Hop Til Infinity

This exhibit not only celebrates hip hop’s storied past but also casts a spotlight on its boundless future. Dedicated segments explore the era of the Internet and streaming, showcasing how modern artists like Nicki Minaj and Cardi B continue to propel the culture forward.

Following its incredible success at NYC’s Hall Des Lumieres, Hip Hop Til Infinity arrives in Los Angeles at 6400 Sunset Blvd. The doors open this December, and you can secure your tickets early by signing up on the waitlist today!

Hip Hop Til Infinity

From $29.75

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