The largest competitive extreme sports and urban culture platform is back again with its 12th edition since inception.
For those who love having a great time with friends come and skateboards, rappers, hip hop dancers, slam dunkers and graffiti artists as they all battle it out for the title of "Street Culture Champion".
The 12th street Culture festival is slated to take place from the 28th to the 30th of August 2015 will be held at NASDEC Sports Complex behind Arcades in Lusaka and the charges are very minimal. On Friday its as little as K20, Saturday is K30 and on Sunday K10. The whole idea of Street culture is to empower young people through their talents because few of the youth in society have opportunities to go to school. It is also meant to encourage youths to have Zero to lerance for drugs which rob them of the bright future they are supposed to have.
The festival will feature Mehdi Slimani all the way from France who will be performing teaching workshops to our best hip hop dancers at the Jerk/Dougie qualifiers.