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SCHEDULE

Trade Show

The trade show will accommodate 30 live in-person exhibitors & 20 Virtual exhibitors, including visual and performance artists, indigenous entrepreneurs, arts and culture organizations, corporate sponsors, and industry partners.  Performance artists who purchase exhibitor booths will have the opportunity to participate in a live in-person showcases or virtual performances.  The trade show will create an opportunity for exhibitors to demonstrate the latest technologies that support the production of Hip-Hop, and engage with industry experts, and generate revenue from the sale of products and services. BOOK A BOOTH TODAY CLICK!

 

Masters Classes and Cultural Education

A series of classes designed to build the skill level of Indigenous Hip-Hop performers will be delivered and made available to all conference delegates. Interactive workshops on the four elements of Hip-Hop will build confidence and proficiency at all levels of skill mastery. Lectures will prepare delegates to implement marketing and promotional strategies, book gigs, and evaluate performance and recording contracts. The master classes and cultural education will also be available online in our virtual hub for people who want to participate remotely.

Book You Hotel Stay – At Our Host Hotel – The Alt Hotel Winnipeg

Call the Alt Hotel Winnipeg (431)-800-4279 and ask for the 2nd Annual International Indigenous Hip Hop Awards Show hotel room rate. You will be able to walk downstair and join the Trade Show and Workshops and just minutes from The Metropolitan Entertainment Centre where the awards are being held. BOOK TODAY (Link website:  https://www.germainhotels.com/en/alt-hotel/winnipeg)

Following a day of learning and networking, day two will celebrate the individual and collective the success and accomplishments of Indigenous Hip Hop artists from around the world. Finalists and winners in 20 categories and will be recognized for their contribution to Indigenous Hip-Hop Culture. Day two will include a red-carpet event, awards show, and after-party.

Red Carpet Fanfare

Nominees, industry leaders, and other VIP’s will walk the red carpet and enjoy Hollywood style VIP treatment. They will pose for photographs and interact with the media while representing their culture and art. We anticipate that individuals who walk the red carpet will wear in traditional regalia or formal evening wear.

2nd Annual International Indigenous Hip Hop Awards Show

All the preparations, planning, workshops, and networking have led to this moment.  The anticipation will be electric as everyone in attendance awaits the announcement of the category winners. In total, twenty winners representing twenty separate categories will receive International Indigenous Hip-Hop Awards.  In addition to awards presentations, the audience will enjoy the highest quality entertainment that the Indigenous Hip-Hop community has to offer. GET YOUR TICKETS TODAY CLICK!

Immediately following the awards show, the Indigenous Hip-Hop community will converge on the dance floor to celebrate the winners, and the collective success of all the artists represented at the 2022 International Indigenous Hip Hop Conference and Awards.

Past Events May 22, 2021:

1st Annual International Indigenous Hip Hop Awards Trade Show

  • Trade Show Opening Remarks (Elder) Geraldine Shingoose
  • Performance by: Violent Ground
  • Top 10 Rules of Success in Music – Industry Session With: Breeze, Producer & Entrepreneur
  • Champion Your Brand – Industry Session With: Jan Remer, Branding & Marketing Expert
  • Performance by: MissChristie Lee (Vancouver, BC)
  • Performance by: Sten Joddi (Mason City, IA)
  • Performance by: Gee Dubz (Vancouver, BC)
  • The Elements of Hip Hop – Keynote Speaker With: Ernie Paniccioli, Legendary Photographer & Author
  • Performance by: J25 (Gray, IN)
  • Performance by: Sean Skiez (Thunder Bay, ONT)
  • VIP Meet & Greet – Industry Networking With: Blahzay Blahzay, Hip Hop Legend
  • Performance by: Zero of El Vuh (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Performance Psych Ward Kidz (Edmonton, AB)
  • Beats Bangin – Industry Tutorial – David Strickland With: David Strickland, Award-Winning Veteran Record Producer
  • Performance Doc T (Marathon, ONT)
  • VIP Meet & Greet – Industry Networking With: Masta Ace, Hip Hop Legend
  • Performance Chief $upreme (Thunder Bay, ONT)
  • Motive Music Canada – Speaking Seminar, Music Industry Tips With: Gee Wunder, Independent Label Owner
  • Performance by: Jayohcee (Akwesasne Mohawk Territory)
  • Performance by: Nucky JMC (Winnipeg, MB)
  • Performance by: Manny Young (Winnipeg, MB)
  • Tradition Over Addiction – Industry Workshop With: Paul Kasp Sawan, Award Winning Motivational Speaker
  • Performance By: Sly Skeeta (Winnipeg, MB)
  • Performance by: John Dominique (Schefferville, QC)
  • Performance by: MzShellz (Vancouver, BC)

Past Events May 23, 2021:

1st Annual International Indigenous Hip Hop Awards Show

Hosted By Mike Bone

Special Guests: Masta Ace, The Frog Radio’s Denise Halfyard – Redman – Say Magazine’s Kent Brown – The Ra11n – C Sharpe – Blahzay Blahzay – Breeze – DJ Spray – Chino XL and more!  

  • Red Carpet DJ Mix With: Emcee One
  • Red Carpet Interview With: L.A Natives
  • Performance Yellowsky (Saskatoon)
  • Performance Zia Benjamin (Kingston, Jamaica)
  • Performance The Ra11n (Toronto, ONT)
  • Performance Adi (Mumbai, India)
  • Performance Drezus (Calgary, AB)
  • Performance Drmngnow (Mooroopna, Victoria, Australia)
  • Performance The NorthStars (Nemaska, Quebec)
  • Performance Artson (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Performance Mike Bone (Oklahoma, OK)
  • Performance Def-i (Albuquerque, New Mexico)

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