This summer Hip-Hop enthusiasts worldwide and culture curators will convene in New York City to attend The 6th Annual SOURCE360 Conference and Festival. Produced by L. Londell McMillan, Chairman of The Source Magazine and Northstar Charities, this year the celebration will continue in Brooklyn, and for the first time make its mark in Harlem. By maintaining it’s Brooklyn base and partnering with Harlem Week, this four-day conference and festival, August 15th – 19th, will introduce important speaker series, music, culture, fashion, tech and more to thousands.
While some selected activations and events are premium and will be ticketed, the majority of the festival is free to the public. All events offer the general public a full spectrum of performances and activations that engage and educate the community about the arts, music, fashion, sports, business, technology and crucial policy concerns such as criminal justice reform.
For over 30 years, The Source Magazine has been the Bible of Hip-Hop. For the past six years SOURCE360 has become more than a festival and hub of creative performances, but a gathering of national entertainment and civic influencers, artists and entrepreneurs ready to assess the state of Hip-Hop, discuss issues influencing the culture and provide opportunities for multi-generational Hip-Hop leaders to discuss the changing state of Hip-Hop and ways to bridge the gap between the young and old, locally and nationally.
The Source invites you to participate in our “Road to 360” countdown starting this month. Join us, spread the word and and participate in helping us create another legendary conference and festival.
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