13th Annual Hiphop For Society event
Hip-hop For Society is an immensely popular, community event organized by Breakdance Project Uganda (BPU) that takes place every year in January and brings together thousands of people of all ages and backgrounds to witness and celebrate the positive roles of hip-hop in society with the main focus on education, empowerment and social change.
This event also highlights one of BPU’s main objectives, which is; promoting the importance of both formal and non-formal education and increasing people’s access to both.
The event is an exciting combination of live performances, interactive workshops, inspiring speeches, educational discussions, and exhibitions. Performances combine elements of hip-hop including; breakdance, rap, beatboxing, graffiti etc plus a wide range of other art forms featuring both established and up and coming artists.
BPU works in close collaboration with multiple local and international organizations who also perform as well as showcasing their activities and achievements. Stalls selling merchandise and providing further information about featured organizations and community activities are also set up.
This year’s event is supported by IB Dance Studio and French Embassy Kampala.
FREE ENTRY AND SUITABLE FOR ALL AGES.