BASS FESTIVAL 2016 presents the internationally acclaimed Hip Hop legend KRS-ONE (“Sound of da Police”, “South Bronx”, “The Gospel of Hip Hop”) for one night only at the O2 Institute in Birmingham. This exclusive performance on the 14th July 2016 acts as a chaser for our annual week-long festival of Black music, art and creativity which returns to the city later in the year.
KRS-ONE’s performance will follow an exclusive two-hour Q&A session, where he explores Hip Hop’s history, myths and take questions from a small intimate audience. This will be a unique opportunity for music fans to learn the inside story of Hip Hop from an artist with a thirty year career at the top of the industry.
PUNCH CEO Ammo Talwar MBE says: “BASS BIRMINGHAM 2016 is on the way, and our theme for this year is HIP HOP 360. KRS-ONE is an authentic musical pioneer and the natural choice to launch the 2016 festival for us. I have been a massive fan of this true pioneer for many years.”
BASS BIRMINGHAM PRESENTS – KRS-ONE 14th JULY 2016
14th JULY 2016 3pm – 5pm
OLD REP THEATRE, BIRMINGHAM
0121 359 9444
KRS-ONE WITH SPECIAL UK GUESTS
14th JULY 2016 7-11pm
O2 INSTITUTE, BIRMINGHAM
TICKETS 0844 477 2000