Saturday, April 1, 2017, Jersey City, NJ
Courtesy of Moxie 1973
NJ will once again make history by bringing together all of its most proficient talent!
JERSEY CITY, NJ – On April 1, 2017, Moxie 1973 will have its first Juice Hip-hop Exhibition in Jersey City, NJ. Stationed around the culture of hip-hop, many of New Jersey’s hidden talents will have an opportunity to unveil why the garden state deserves its credit in the industry. The event will be located at Juice Cathedral on 380 Montgomery Street and doors will open at 1 pm.
The Juice Hip-hop Exhibition: Garden State Edition was created for one purpose, to generate interest back into the culture of hip-hop. With a fierce line-up of artists such as Tsu Surf, Quiana Parks, Moruf and Dougie F as well as a number of other emcees, artists, deejays, dancers, entrepreneurs, and designers, Moxie 1973 has found a way to combine them all in one city, on one date, under one roof, and for one cause.
The goals Juice intends to meet for this exhibition is to give the community a history lesson on Hip-hop, resurge Jersey’s pride behind the culture of hip-hop, and to leave a footprint in its legacy for the youth. Ultimately, Moxie 1973 wants every participant to be able to tell their story through their talent. Moxie 1973 is a collective of cultural storytellers through the mediums of music, content, product, and live events.
For more information on how one can contribute or for ticket info, please visit http://moxie1973.com/. For all other inquiries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.