Rock The School Bells 4

I’m teaching a Freestyle Hip-Hop & Social Dance workshop at this year’s Rock The School Bells! Also doing a special performance with MuthaFunkers. Going to surprise you with something a little different. =)


(UPDATED EVENT INFO on the Facebook Event Page Here)

Rock The School Bells is back for its 4th year!

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The event is aimed to educate and empower the youth, students, and the communities at-large about the importance of education and personal development through the various mediums of hip-hop.

The conference provides an array of educational hip-hop workshops such as:

-Hip-Hop 360 (History & Evolution of Hip-Hop) by Zulu Gremlin
-Beatz and The DJ Project presents: DJ Fundamentals: History, Culture, and Technique
-Hip-Hop and Social Justice by Gabe Delrokz Delcruz
-Weapons of Mass Promotion by Paloma Belara of PapaLoDown PR
-Street Dance Fundamentals by Zulu Gremlin, Fayzo, and the Renegades Crew
-The B.R.S. Arts Alliance presents: Boog-A-Loo, Robottin’, & Struttin’: Northern California Dance Styles & History
-Hip-Hop: Freestyle & Social Dance by Dennis Infante of DSPlayers/GroovMekanex/MuthaFunkers
-It Is Written: Graffiti Workshop by Fury & Cio
-The Block Party: Event Planning & Active Engagement by Mandy Lau
-Hip-Hop Entrepreneurship/Hip-Hop Economics Panel w/ Davey D, Aries Nunez of D2S, Naru Kwina, CEO of Hip -Learning, and many others.
+ many more…

We will conclude with an exciting event concert from 7-10PM celebrating the many elements of hip-hop.

Artists include:
Jupiter 7
La Femme Deadly Venoms
The Art of Teknique
+ many more!!!

We will also be recognizing our scholarship recipients with a Special Recognition ceremony.


Early bird registration (until March 4 or sold out)
Conference + Concert – $15
Conference only – $10
Concert – $10

Presales (March 5-March 23 or until sold out)
Conference + Concert – $20
Conference – $12
Concert – $12

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IMPORTANT: If you purchased conference tickets, please log onto this web link to register for specific hip-hop workshops:

All proceeds go to educational scholarships for high school and college students.

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Be part of one of the most educationally-driven and socially-responsible event of 2011. As we say at Rock The School Bells, we call it a movement, because it was meant to be moved.