Quarterly at High Noon Saloon

Quarterly at High Noon Saloon

UCAN Quarterly is this month!

Treat yourself to live, local Hip-Hop in February.

Join Urban Community Arts Network February 23rd, 2024 for “UCAN Quarterly” at High Noon Saloon!

This event will feature live Hip-Hop performed by Eli B, Nono, Bang, SpellRed, and DJ Pain 1 from 8:00 P.M. ’til 11:00 P.M.

Hip-Hop February

Join Urban Community Arts Network February 23rd, 2024 for “UCAN Quarterly” at High Noon Saloon!

This event will feature live Hip-Hop performed by Eli B, Nono, Bang, SpellRed, and DJ Pain 1 from 8:00 P.M. ’til 11:00 P.M.

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The partnership developed between Urban Community Arts Network and High Noon Saloon introduced a quarterly event series committed to featuring local Hip-Hop artists.

Organized by UCAN’s board of directors and volunteers, the event series started with “First Quarter”, a celebration of the Afro-Caribbean roots of Hip-Hop. “First Quarter” was hosted by ShaH “Mr Get Your Buzz Up” Evans and featured Tas Raww, J. Clark, Chaos New Money, Rebulú Group, and DJ PAIN 1.

From a head nod, energetic artist and crowd interaction to displays of proficient footwork, “First Quarter” at High Noon Saloon became a staple for what to expect next quarter.

Background:

The partnership developed between Urban Community Arts Network and High Noon Saloon introduced a quarterly event series committed to featuring local Hip-Hop artists.

Organized by UCAN’s board of directors and volunteers, the event series started with “First Quarter”, a celebration of the Afro-Caribbean roots of Hip-Hop. “First Quarter” was hosted by ShaH “Mr Get Your Buzz Up” Evans and featured Tas Raww, J. Clark, Chaos New Money, Rebulú Group, and DJ PAIN 1.

From a head nod, energetic artist and crowd interaction to displays of proficient footwork, “First Quarter” at High Noon Saloon became a staple for what to expect next quarter.

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