Real Street Fest will make it’s festival debut next weekend on Saturday, August 10 and Sunday, August 11 at the Honda Center Grounds in Anaheim, CA.
Storming the stages are A$AP Rocky, Cardi B, Future, Migos, Meek Mill, Big Sean, Miguel, Rae Sremmurd, 2 Chainz, Megan Thee Stallion and many more. The massive event will be a Hip-Hop spectacular with an array of music, street art, and lifestyle, with art installations, live murals, an artist alley, a vendor village, and a number of immersive and interactive experiences including Big Boy’s Neighborhood, located inside of Honda Center.
The set times for Saturday and Sunday are as follows:
New details have emerged on what fans can expect at Big Boy’s Neighborhood. Inside the air-conditioned Honda Center, fans can pamper themselves at the barbershop presented by Cantu featuring barbers from Brotherhood Barbershop. There is also a hair and nail salon presented by Rich Girl Candy and you can even get some ink at the Tattoo Parlor, featuring celebrity tattoo artists Mz Ink Bomb and crew, as well as Carlos Macias and the Cryptic Tattoo crew.
Attendees can waste time in the Video Game Parlor where they can play on gaming consoles, enter a VR world in the VR Graffiti Experience presented by BTB Mgmt/Zap Entertainment. Fans can sit back and relax at ‘Get Insurance Today’ Park while watching interviews with some of the festivals biggest artists. The neighborhood will also host the West Coast Customs Car Show, which will have a number of elite cars on display.
In addition to Big Boy’s Neighborhood, Real Street has announced the following new and expanded experiences that attendees can enjoy: Cruz’s Comidas: This outdoor activation will be the centerpiece of the Artist Alley with Cale One and Ekae creating a giant calaveras mural, presented by Loop Colors and inspired by Real 92.3’s The Cruz Show.
There will also be an array of cultural food options available for purchase, including items provided by Mason’s Den, a michelada truck, and more.
The Marathon Store Pop-Up: Grab some swag at The Marathon Store’s special pop-up shop and watch artist Danny Mateo re-create the now-iconic mural from the official store on Slauson, right next to the pop-up shop.
ReeMix Custom Sneaker Workshop: Reebok and Foot Locker are partnering with B Street Shoes to bring to life “ReeMix,” an immersive consumer “workshop” experience with sneaker customizations along with hundreds of giveaways and swag. The Reebok & Foot Locker customization workshop will feature a range of customization options, including spray paint stencils & lace, eyelet & aglet updates.
Mural & Graffiti Artists: Acclaimed street and graphic artists will be painting live all weekend long, on massive billboards, canvas and graffiti walls throughout the festival. Muralists include McFlyy, Goopmassta, Angelonce, and Zone WST. Celebrity denim customizer Sean Laquang will also be in the Artist Alley customizing denim and bandanas.
Real Street will be supporting several community-based foundations and organizations, including 1500 Sound Academy, Do Something Athletic Foundation, Adopt The Arts, Orangewood Foundation, and Human Options.
Fender has teamed up with 1500 Sound Academy for a mobile studio, where attendees can learn more information and how to participate in the program. 1500 Sound Academy offers courses and provides students with unparalleled access and expertise from industry leaders, presenting insight and actionable learning to those interested in breaking into the industry.
Additionally, Dave & Busters will be working with Do Something Athletic Foundation, whose mission is to help support young athletes, parents, coaches, and teams to be the best that they can be by assisting with funding for mentoring, academia, nutrition, equipment, and training.