A3C Hip Hop Festival, now in its 9th year, is a set of film, interactive conferences, and music events that take place throughout the city of Atlanta, GA. Launching in 2004, the All Three Coast Festival has continued to grow in size every year, with 2013 boasting as the biggest to date. With the rise in awareness and popularity, the interactive festival has opened itself up for more partnerships, workshops, and conferences, with its two day extension on this year's festival events.
The event has grown to over 500 registrants, with over 300 official performers, industry insiders, professionals and thousands of attendees occupying Atlanta’s East point village, Old 4th Ward, and Downtown every October. 2013 Festival goers were granted all access passes to meet and greet with artists during the day, attend film screenings, and live concerts performances from Ghostface Killah, Schoolboy Q, Too Short, 2 Chainz and a plethora of others throughout the nights. The week long event was capped off with a free Block Party hosted by Drez The Beatnik and Questlove of The Roots.
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