The Hip Hop Museum Announces Immersive Six-City Tour

The Hip Hop Museum—formerly known as the Universal Hip Hop Museum—is going on tour. According to an Instagram post from 3rd Bass MC Pete Nice, the run kicks off on October 14 in New York City and will continue through December. Sponsored by Cîroc and co-curated by Nice and Paradise Gray, the run is dubbed simply "The Hip Hop Museum Tour: A Journey Back to the Beginning 1973-1990."

Nice expounded in the caption, writing, "We're taking The Hip Hop Museum on the road. Join us on an immersive journey through the cities that have made Hip Hop what it is today. Back in the day we had the Sugar Hill Rappers Convention; Fresh Fest; Rap Attack; Raising Hell; Together Forever; NITRO; or Straight Outta Compton tours, this one will take you way back to those days.

"Peep the link in the bio to hold down your spot. Did we mention it's free admission? #HipHop50 Curated by @rushtown298 & @paradisegray Featuring art by @dannycortesnyc Ciroc Vodka. Distilled From Fine French Grapes. 40% Alc/Vol. Imported from France by Diageo, New York, NY. Drink responsibly. Don't share with anyone under legal age."

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