A Visual Mixtape: Inside The Hip Hop Til Infinity Exhibition In Hollywood

An Immersive Trip Through Hip Hop Culture….

Hip Hop Til Infinity is more than just an exhibition; it’s a visual mixtape that takes guests on an immersive trip across 50 years of hip hop.

Following a successful run in New York City, the experience made its way to Hollywood in celebration of the music genre’s monumental anniversary. Curated by Mass Appeal with music from DJ Clark Kent, Hip Hop Til Infinity features memorabilia, artifacts and never-before-seen footage with legendary moments and hip-hop icons.

Guests can get a crash course on the foundation of hip hop through installations depicting the original elements including DJing, MCing, Breaking, Graffiti, and Knowledge and explore the storied history of the genre through cutting-edge audiovisual technology and 360° projections.

Other highlights include an interactive mixing stations celebrating 30 years of Snoop Dogg‘s Doggystyle, rare collectibles from West Coast legends like Death Row Records and Nipsey Hussle, iconic hip hop moments captured by top photographers in the Morrison Hotel Gallery Exhibit and a spotlight on “LA OG” Estevan Oriol exploring LA’s hip hop, car and prison cultures.

Due to popular demand, Hip Hop Til Infinity has extended its LA run though April 28.

Tickets are priced at $30-$35 for general admission, $59 for VIP and $31.50 for military, seniors, and students (group tickets are also available). Get tickets, powered by Fever HERE.

Hip Hop Til Infinity Exhibit
6400 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles