For the past 20 years, Rap Fest has been a great avenue to showcase Christian hip-hop artists and encourage community outreach. The event will feature 21 rap ministries, break-dancers, DJs and Gospel hip-hop music with the mission to “evangelize communities through hip-hop music and offer them an opportunity to trust in God as a solution to problems.”

Rap Fest will take place at Vidalia Park in The Bronx, NY, from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 9. Check out Rap Fest Inc for further details.

Lineup:

The Storytellas (NY)
412 Brothers (TX)
Ali Rozet (WA)
Angie Rose (NY)
Bridge B (CO)
Cellus (GA)
Cypha Ixous (NY)
D-Will (NY)
DAY (CT)
Heesun Lee (NY)
Infinite Automatik (NY)
K-Drama (OH)
Red Dott (MD)
Righteouz Knight (NJ)
Rkitect (FL)
Swinn Da Example (NJ)
Th3 Saga (NY)
The Few (LIVE BAND) (DE)
Tragic Hero (NJ)
Whuteva (NY)
Young Joshua (PA)
DJ BreakBeat Lou (NY)
DJ NuMan (NY)
DJ Tranzformed (NY)
Dynamic Rockers (NY)

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