Celebrate street art and Hip hop in the latest Kenilworth fusion festival at The Kenilworth Centre on April 5.
Brink will return to the abbey End youth club with the free street fusion festival in the third all-day festival to celebrate Hip Hop culture.
The not-for-profit contemporary arts organisation will bring street artists and graffiti writers from across the Midlands to create large temporary murals and frescos.
There will be live music from Leamington DJ duo Scratcher’s Delight and Hip Hop from Flowlosopha, Munkz, Kaza Blanka, Kristol Bethel and Grafik Gramma.
Festival organiser and Brink director, Tim Robottom said: “We are fortunate to have yet another opportunity to invite some of the best street artists in the country to join us in celebration of Hip Hop culture and urban art.
“It is also an honour to have the chance to offer the stage to so many talented musicians.”
The event is the largest of its kind in Warwickshire and entry is free, as well as parking on the day. Runs from midday to 8pm at the centre.
For more details, or to get involved, email firstname.lastname@example.org