Funky tunes, tasty fare and intricate imagery collide as Questlove and the Dallas Symphony Orchestra present the first-ever Hip-Hop Brunch: A Visual Journey Through Hip-Hop.
The Roots superstar is set to touch down in Dallas on April 16.
This spring, The Roots frontman and five-time Grammy Award-winning musician Questlove and the beloved Dallas Symphony Orchestra are taking the city by storm April 16 at The Factory in Deep Ellum, curating the Hip-Hop Brunch: A Visual Journey Through Hip-Hop, an immersive brunch experience that transports guests through the history of the genre, from the days of beatboxing and 808s to its impact on American culture and so much more.
The purchase of a table comes complete with a scrumptious Southern-style family feast spotlighting favorite eats from Low Country Quisine alongside special selections from Brunchaholics, plus a cash cocktail bar—the perfect accouterment for this one-of-a-kind experience.
The hip-hop brunch promises to be a scrumptious experience for the books.
Questlove will serve as DJ and musical director— of course—spinning an expert opus of groovy tunes produced with Grammy Award-winning composer Sylvester “Sly5thAve” Onyejiaka, accompanied by imaginative projection-mapped visuals to virtually immerse guests in the stories and imagery of the music.
“I’m thrilled to bring my blend of abstraction, expressionism and graffiti elements to this project,” says prolific creator JM Rizzi. “This artwork is an experiment in synesthesia.”
Another plus? All funds raised will benefit the Dallas Black Dance Theatre and Big Thought, an impact education nonprofit.
So don’t miss this unforgettable experience as Questlove and the DSO dive into hip-hop’s diverse history in a way Dallas has yet to see—until now. 2713 Canton St., questloveshiphopbrunch.com