An epic '90s hip-hop exhibition is taking over Montreal

Jun 16 2016, 7:17 pm

Miss the ’90s? Was A Tribe Called Quest bumping in your Walkman daily? Then brace yourself because a ’90s hip-hop exhibition is taking over St. Hubert as of today!

Get ready to travel back in time and visit a unique art installation featuring over 100 tapes and vinyl’s, a wall of boomboxes, and magazines from this classic era of hip hop.

The event will be complete with DJ’s, live performances, video screenings, and the Montreal film premiere of “Stretch and Bobbito: Radio That Changed Lives.”

Of course no Montreal party would be a party without a full bar so make sure your Uber is on stand-by.

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The exhibition is jam-packed with things to do so to help you plan your days better, here’s what’s in store each day:

Thursday June 16 (5 pm to midnight)
Mini-doc: ’90s Hip Hop Tape Cassettes (MTL)
Live performance tribute to A Tribe Called Quest
DJ set by Lexis (MIMS) on tape cassettes

Friday June 17 (11 am to 8 pm)
Mini-doc: ’90s Hip Hop Tape Cassettes (MTL)

Saturday June 18 (11 am to 3 am)
Closing party
Montreal Film Premiere “Stretch and Bobbito: Radio That Changed Lives”
DJ marathon featuring: Godfather D, Lexis, Dr Mad, MusoNi, Syde, Walla P, and ToastDawg

The best part? Entry is free with a suggested donation of $10.

Now dig up those Adidas Superstar kicks and get ready to reminisce.

’90s Hip Hop Tape Cassette Exhibition

When: June 16 to 18

Where: Artgang Montreal, 6524 St-Hubert, Montreal

Tickets: Free entry with a $10 suggested donation

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