4ESYDNEY FESTIVAL 2023
Celebrating 50 Years of HipHop
The 4Elements HipHop Festival (4ESydney) returns for one full jam-packed festival day. Dive into a Blacktown Takeover like never before, spanning the vibrant Warrick Lane Precinct and pulsating Main Street at the heart of Blacktown!
10 hours with over 100 of your favourite artists in one spot with a stacked lineup you won’t want to miss.
The best part? It’s ABSOLUTELY FREE! Whether you’re young or just young at heart, gather your crew for this all-ages, family-friendly event of the year.
MUSIC | DANCE | DJS | LIVE GRAFFITI WALL | COMPETITIONS | ART ACTIVATIONS | FOOD | MARKETS | CARS | ACTIVITIES + MORE!
For the community by the community, now in its 9th year, 4ESydney continues to build a global infrastructure and platform for HipHop in Western Sydney.
Program announcements starting from September.
GRAB YOUR FREE TICKETS NOW!
4ESydney is proudly presented by Vyva Entertainment
Partner: Blacktown Arts & Blacktown City Council
Community Engagement Partner: Powerhouse Parramatta
Industry Partners: Music NSW, APRA AMCOS, ARIA & Great Southern Nights
Media Partner: FBI Radio Production Partner: dplr
Community Program Partners: The Cheatcoders, Bayanihan, The Kick Stand, Ms Hennessy Speaks Blog & Think & Do Tank.
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ABOUT THIS YEARS EVENT
4Elements HipHop Festival & Conference (4ESydney) is the only festival and project of its kind specialising in the culture of HipHop and multi artform interdisciplinary practice. It acts as a meeting ground and a space where community, industry and education meet, to create unique opportunities for the growth and preservation of HipHop culture, professional development and industry sustainability.
For the community by the community, now in its 9th year, 4ESydney continues to build a global infrastructure and platform for HipHop in so-called Australia.
2023 marks 50 years since HipHop was founded and this year’s festival and conference will pay respect and acknowledge five generations of artists and industry representatives from across the nation who have paved the way for the thriving culture and community we now see today.
Together, we will explore the influence and opportunities HipHop has provided for young people, activism, social justice, mental health and simply, how we live.
Paying homage to the Past, living in the Present and paving the way for the Future.