Art | Design | Fashion

Jun 13


YOUNITY teamed up with F.O.K.U.S this year to take part in this year’s BROOKLYN HIP HOP FESTIVAL. Dope event, dope location, don’t miss it! Details below…


Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival
The Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival is a celebration of Hip-Hop music and culture. Our aim is to highlight Hip-Hop’s legacy as an agent of artistic progression, community building and social change. We do this by producing a variety of events from musical performances, Brooklyn Hip-Hop Family Day, film screenings, gallery shows and more. In an effort to create a truly open event Brooklyn Bodega does everything in their power to keep the Festival affordable.

Family Day Free! 12-4pm. Performances 4pm-8pm Get your Tickets!

Brooklyn Bodega
Brooklyn Bodega is a complicated animal. Creators of the Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival. Top notch blogazine (blog meets magazine). Cultural programmers. Hip-Hop Advocacy Group.
The Bodega was founded in 2006 by Wes Jackson as the online home of the Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival. Editorially, the Bodega strives to add a more academic voice to the world of Hip-Hop journalism. We delve deep into issues facing the Hip-Hop community. From music business to politics to technology we offer a professional and intellectual voice.

F.O.K.U.S is a multicultural arts organization whose missions are to use the arts as a tool of empowerment and to create a diverse community using the arts as the common medium.
We produce art events such as art shows, concerts, and film screenings and hold discussions related to these events and general points of interests as a means to increase the participation in and appreciation of the arts.
At its core, F.O.K.U.S. seeks to empower those who have made the arts a passion and a lifestyle. Those who are unapologetic about their individual artistic expression.

Family Day ( Younity Artist’s booth & youth workshop )
June 20th. ( 12p.m. – 4 p.m )
Empire Fulton Ferry State Park
1 Main Street, DUMBO Brooklyn

**** In support of our friends. There will be some TOOFLY Goodies at the SOHNUP booth which will be donated . 100% of the proceeds will go to the HIP-HOP(E) FOR HEALING PROJECT to help fundraise (for Marley’s Kidney Transplant Recovery Period &) IN SUPPORT OF ORGAN DONATION REGISTRATION & HEALTH AWARENESS.***


After Party
Southpaw 125 Fifth Ave.
Park Slope, Brooklyn

Single Tickets for the Main Day are available for free or for a suggested donation of only $10 at and Fat Beats New York, 406 Avenue of the Americas # 1, New York, NY 10011, and (212) 673-3883 and Halcyon, 57 Pearl St, Brooklyn, NY 11201, (718) 260-9299

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