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I’m extremely excited to be a part of this event! The first Kulture Klash was the very first large event that I went to when I moved to Charleston a few years ago. I wasn’t performing in it. Well, I did some breakdancing in the crowd, but that was about it. Ever since then I was either DJing or doing some sort of visuals for it. Eventually the parties got so large that they couldn’t fit in any of the venues in Charleston. So, the parties eventually stopped. I got asked to do this revival of Kulture Klash and I immediately accepted! The mix of various artwork, music, and people is just mind blowing. Not to mention, I get to share the stage with some of my good DJ buds whom I just love listening to anyway. If you have the opportunity, you really need to go to this event. It’s worth every penny and it’s not something you will see every weekend in Charleston. All the event information is down below and check the video if you want to see what it’s all about.

 

Popular Charleston arts and culture festival Kulture Klash presented by Avita’s MedExpress Pharmacy is back!

In a collaboration among Big Hair Productions, The Event Cooperative and Lowcountry AIDS Services, Kulture Klash 8 will be April 25.

Featuring: Mix Master Mike of the Beastie Boys, The Dubplates with MC Squared, Cousin Dan, DJ Rocky Horror, DJ Coolhand, DJ Woodgrain and DJ Trail-Mix. dancers, circus performers, full bar with a craft beer garden, food trucks, tons of Visual artists with Artwork for Sale, an out of this world laser light show and more.

Thank you to title sponsor Avita’s MedExpress Pharmacy as well as Belk, Alliance Medical Group, Holy City Brewing and Duff Fitness for helping bring back Kulture Klash!

Tickets: $40 advance; $50 at door; $75 VIP

TICKETS are ON SALE:
http://www.etix.com/ticket/online/performanceSearch.jsp?performance_id=7559405
Tickets are limited so advance ticket sales are recommended. Event is for 21 and up only.

All proceeds benefit Lowcountry AIDS Services, serves men, women and children living with HIV/AIDS in the greater Charleston area. It provides clients with access to medical care, financial assistance, legal assistance and a host of other support services. The agency also provides free HIV testing as well as prevention and education services.

Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/353165098213864/

Oh and as an added bonus, here’s a video of an earlier Kulture Klash that shows my mug in the opening.

Kulture Klash 2008 from hmd on Vimeo.

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