Cipher to Perform at the Arizona Hip Hop Festival Dec 3rd
The 9th Annual Arizona Hip Hop Festival has announced Cipher will perform at the Monarch Theatre in Phoenix on Dec 3rd. All tickets purchased for the festival are valid for the entire weekend Dec 3rd – Dec 4th. The announcement gives fans the chance not only to see Cipher perform, but to spend time with Cipher as well, through a VIP Meet-and-Greet.
Tickets and more information is available at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/436122051797
The Arizona Hip Hop Festival is expected to have over 17,000 people in attendance and will take place at 2 separate venues side-by-side to accommodate all those hip hop fans. Over 100 artists are expected to perform across 5 stages. The event’s organizers have also announced that other industry names will be in attendance such as Death Row, DefJam, Shade 45, Hip Hop Nation, Digiwax, IKON Radio, SW Alliance, and more. This promotional video with footage from previous years may help give fans an idea of what to expect at the festival.
General Admission tickets for the upcoming festival are available to purchase for $10 on Eventbrite and offer complete access to all the venues, stages, and vendors. For those who want to meet Cipher, VIP Meet & Greet Tickets are available for $50 and include the all-access general admission, with details on the Meet-and-Greet arrangements being shared closer to the event’s date.
Held at the famous Monarch Theatre in the heart of Phoenix, the event location is easily accessible from most parts of the area. The area offers a wide range of accommodation opportunities and transport options for those visiting the city specifically for the festival.
The Arizona Hip Hop Festival will also feature vendors, live painters, drinks, food trucks, and food stalls to provide attendees with plenty of options to make their festival experience truly unique. To contact event planning staff, please reach out to @AZhipHopFest.
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