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50 Cent Tabernacle: Clas/sick Hip Hop

YBCA presents

50 Cent Tabernacle: Clas/sick Hip Hop

  • ShinobiJaxx of Mix'd Ingrdnts, Courtesy the artist
  • Rashidi Omari, Courtesy the artist
  • Amy O'Neal, Courtesy the artist
  • Dancers in the YBCA Forum
ShinobiJaxx of Mix'd Ingrdnts, Courtesy the artist
Sat, Nov 8, 11:00 AM

FREE with a suggested donation of 50 cents.

The 50 Cent Tabernacle is a series of open, mixed-level dance classes with some of the Bay Area's foremost masters of the craft. 

For 50 cents, participants receive an all-day pass, which is good for up to five different 60-minute classes This 50 Cent Tabernacle features five classes taught by dancers who are performing as part of the Clas/sick Hip Hop: 1993 Edition, which reimagines the catalog of one of hip hop's most commercially and artistically successful years: 1993. Don’t miss this one! We've got Queer Hip Hop, Waacking/Punking, Dutty Wine and more!

Be sure to check out and like the 50 Cent Tabernacle Facebook page for updates including teachers and dance styles and more!

Part interactive celebration, part community movement space, these workshops are organized by the YBCA Young Artists at Work in collaboration with the YBCA Department of Performing Arts, and are open to everyone, with a focus on teens in the community. Come out and join the movement…

Design: John Mavroudis
Fri, Nov 7, 8:00 PM | Sat, Nov 8, 8:00 PM

More than 15 local MCs to recreate the hip-hop catalog of...

Marc Bamuthi Joseph
Chief of Program and Pedagogy

YBCA Performance 14-15 is made possible in part by: Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, and

Additional Funding for YBCA Performance 14-15: Zellerbach Family Foundation, Panta Rhea Foundation, Surdna Foundation, and Members of Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.

Yerba Buena Center for the Arts is grateful to the City of San Francisco for its ongoing support.

YBCA Programs in 14-15 are made possible in part by: Adobe, Gaia Fund, and Grosvenor.

Special Innovation Projects in 14-15 are supported, in part, by generous grants from: The James Irvine Foundation, Knight Foundation, Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, Panta Rhea Foundation, and Abundance Foundation.