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- One ticket to the 3rd Female Hip Hop Honor Awards
- When: Saturday, September 13, at 7 p.m.
- Where: The Warner Grand Theatre
- Door time: 6 p.m.
- Ticket values include all fees.
- $139 for Platinum VIP (up to $207.99 value)
- $98 for VIP (up to $156.24 value)
- $65 for general Level 1 (up to $104.49 value)
- $45 for general Level 2 (up to $78.62 value)
- $35 for general Level 3 (up to $63.09 value)
- $25 for general Level 4 (up to $42.39 value)
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Level 1–4 includes assigned seating, with Level 1 being closer to the stage. VIP tickets grant access to prime seating and a red carpet gift bag.
Platinum VIP tickets receive prime seating, a red carpet gift bag, and access to an exclusive mixer with all of the shows’ honorees on Friday, September 12, 1:30–5 p.m. The Platinum VIP mixer is located at:
1200 Nagoya Way
San Pedro CA 90731
Dock Berth 77
3rd Female Hip Hop Honor Awards
- The hosts of 3rd Female Hip Hop Honor Awards: Showtime comedian Melanie Comarcho and The Mo’Nique Show co-host Rodney Perry
- Receiving the “Hip Hop Pioneers” Award: Oaktown’s 3.5.7., who spent time in MC Hammer’s posse. They managed to escape the parachute pants to form their own rap outfit, which scored a gold record with 1989’s Wild & Loose, and will also be performing at the ceremony.
- Receiving the “Lyrics for Life” Award: Da Brat, the first female solo rap act to have a platinum-selling album with her 1994 debut Funkdafied
- Receiving the “Lifetime R&B/Hip-Hop Achievement” Award: Michel’le, best known as the powerhouse voice behind “No More Lies” and “Something in My Heart.” She’s since become a reality-TV star with her role on R&B Divas: Los Angeles.
- Receiving the “Unstoppable Woman” Award: Charlie Baltimore, the acclaimed singer-songwriter-rapper who was nominated for a Grammy for her confessional single “Diary”
- Performing: Grammy-nominated North Carolina Petey Pablo, whose gruff spitfire turned the hits “Freek-a-Leek” and “Raise Up” into full-on ragers
- Also performing: hip-hop/R&B star Adina Howard, known for getting her freak on with “Freak Like Me,” “(Freak) And U Know It,” and whose favorite movie is probably Todd Browning’s Freaks
- Also also performing: Dutch Rebelle, Sparky D, Ravaughn, Gourdon Banks, Siya and More