In The Know with Gino: Dame Dash to Headline the 2023 Chattanooga Hip-Hop Summit This October

Dame DashGraphic Courtesy of Chattanooga Hip Hop Summit

Chattanooga, TN – The highly anticipated 2023 Chattanooga Hip-Hop Summit is set to return for its fourth annual event, promising its biggest and most exciting lineup to date. The summit will take place from October 13th to October 14th, showcasing a roster of renowned hip-hop legends and celebrated contemporary artists.

The event’s grand opening on October 13th will feature a special fireside chat with none other than the era-defining artist and entrepreneur, Dame Dash. Known for his role in co-founding Roc-A-Fella Records and his ongoing success in film and business ventures, Dame Dash’s appearance is expected to draw a large audience. Early access tickets for the fireside chat are now available for $28, but with limited availability, fans are urged to secure their spots early. General admission tickets will be priced at $50, while day-of tickets can be purchased at $65.

On October 14th, the summit will continue with three panel discussions featuring artists LARussell and Hitkidd alongside influential figures from the entertainment industry like Kim Osorio and Tracey Waples. This segment of the event is FREE, but attendees are encouraged to join a mailing list to be notified when tickets are released.

The event is part of the Chattanooga Hip-Hop Week, aimed at nurturing the artistry and entrepreneurial skills of the city’s hip-hop community through a series of conferences and gatherings.

For more details on Chattanooga Hip Hop Week and the 2023 Hip-Hop Summit, visit each of their websites, respectively.

This year’s summit promises an unforgettable experience, bringing together both seasoned legends and fresh talent in the hip-hop industry. With the thriving hip-hop scene in Chattanooga and a lineup that exudes excitement, the 2023 Chattanooga Hip-Hop Summit is set to make a significant mark on the music landscape.


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SOURCE: Chattanooga Pulse