Hip Hop Til Infinity Lands in Los Angeles: How to Get Tickets to the Immersive Exhibition

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After a successful run in New York, Hip Hop Til Infinity has officially touched down in Los Angeles. Curated by Mass Appeal with music from DJ Clark Kent, the immersive exhibit celebrating 50 years of hip-hop features memorabilia, artifacts and never-before-seen footage with legendary moments and hip-hop icons.



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According to Fever Up, the “visual mixtape” takes visitors on a journey through different hip-hop eras and regions that have contributed to the culture. “From the parks to the stages, and even into the internet—all brought to life by state-of-the-art audiovisual technology,“ the description reads.

Hip Hop Til Infinity launched at 6400 Sunset Blvd. in Los Angeles on Dec. 15. The exhibition is open to all ages and will remain in Los Angeles until Feb. 23, 2024.

Tickets are priced at $30-$35 for general admission, $59 for VIP and $31.50 for military, seniors, and students (group tickets are also available).

Music fans can save 15% off tickets at Feverup.com. The limited offer ends on Friday (Jan. 26).

Over the last year, hip-hop’s milestone anniversary has been celebrated with tours, festivals and TV specials such as A Grammy Salute to 50 Years of Hip-Hop, which featured appearances from Will Smith, DJ Jazzy Jeff, LL Cool J, Queen Latifah, Questlove, Rakim, Public Enemy, Remy Ma, Black Thought, Jeezy, Bun B, MC Lyte and other rap legends (stream it for free on Paramount+).

Kings from Queens: The Run DMC Story, a three-part documentary series about the legendary Run DMC will premiere on Peacock next month. Joseph “Rev Run” Simmons and Darryl “DMC” McDaniels reunite to share their story “years after a series of life-changing events and challenges”, including the unsolved murder of beloved group member Jason “Jam Master Jay” Mizell.

The docuseries will feature exclusive interviews with LL Cool J, Chuck D, Questlove, Jermaine Dupri, Rage Against the Machine’s Tom Morello and more.

Kings from Queens: The Run DMC Story premieres on Peacock on Feb. 1.

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