Pioneering hip-hop stars headline a night of dancing and partying, with proceeds supporting Seattle’s Emergency Feeding Program
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$24 for one general admission ticket (up to $37.22 value)
$45 for one VIP ticket, which includes admission to the VIP lounge (up to $57.92 value)
Old School Party Series
Who is Doug E. Fresh? As pioneer of beatboxing who originated the club chant “Heyyyyyyy, YO!…I-iiiiight” in the hit “I-ight.”
What’s new? In just the last few years, Fresh has served as a guest judge on BET’s Apollo Live, founded a New York City restaurant called Doug E.’s Chicken and Waffles, and begun work on an album with artist and producer Rufus Blaq.
Who is Kool Moe Dee? One of the first rappers to receive a Grammy, this New York MC helped New Jack Swing gain prominence, and saw his second album, How Ya Like Me Now, go platinum.
What’s new? You can catch him on Macklemore & Ryan Lewis’s 2015 “Downtown,” alongside Eric Nally, Melle Mel, and Grandmaster Caz.
Who else will be performing? DJ Kun Luv, DJ Po’Lo, and DJ Lovesick
What happens after we dance the night away? A portion of proceeds will go to Seattle’s Emergency Feeding Program, which has been working to alleviate hunger in Washington since 1977