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General News / November 5, 2018

The Story of Hip Hop with Mango, Erica Cody, Jafaris & Jess Kav set for arena show

General News / November 5, 2018

The Story of Hip Hop with Mango, Erica Cody, Jafaris & Jess Kav set for arena show

Big news for anyone who caught the spectacular show at EP.

 

‘The Story of Hip Hop’, spearheaded by Mo-K and the RTE Concert orchestra, will feature some of Ireland’s most widely-revered rappers and vocalists. Jess Kav of BARQ, Mango, Erica Cody and Jafaris “will take you on a journey through hip hop in era’s – from its first original commercial hit in 1980 right up to the contemporary hits of 2018. Every track in this show plays a unique and significant part in history of the genres development. From the worldwide number 1’s to the underground pioneers that paved the way”.

This show has packed out festival tents, but it’s the first time they’ll take it indoors for a headline set, taking place on December 28 in 3Arena. Tickets on sale on Friday November 9 at 9am at €49.65.

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