AllHipHop.com will celebrate its 10 year anniversary in Hip-Hop culture, with the annual AllHipHop Week from September 18 through September 25.
The theme for this years week is Back to the Future, with various events acknowledging the movements pioneers, current trendsetters, while celebrating Hip-Hops impact on todays cultures around the world.
The Social Lounge will be the first event held on September 18 at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark, NJ.
A roundtable discussion will join Hip-Hop legends and celebrities with political, academic, and business leaders to discuss Hip-Hops role in the 2008 presidential election.
Admission is free to the public and the event will close with remarks from Newark, New Jersey Mayor Cory Booker and a surprise music performance.
That Saturday (September 20) the popular AllHipHop BBQ will take place at an undisclosed location.
The family oriented event will feature carnival games, face painting, double-dutch, break-dance competitions, food/beverages, and music performances.
100 Handprints in Hip-Hop, will present an unprecedented celebration honoring 100 individuals who left their memorable handprints on Hip-Hop culture.
The educational, invitation only event includes a private dinner and ceremony.
On September 23 AllHipHops Breeding Ground section takes center stage at SOBs in New York to promote the best talent in Hip-Hop.
Fans and music executives alike will be on hand to witness performances from veteran and unsigned talent throughout the industry.
Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door.
The black-tie Imperial Ball closes the week on September 25 in New York City.
The invitation only event will also feature surprise performances and opportunities to interact with the urban elite.
Hip-Hop fans everywhere and particularly AllHipHop regulars are encouraged to attend all available events.
Tickets for the SOB Breeding Ground event are available now through ticketmaster.com.
More details on each event, along with guests, will be released all through out this week.