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Sean "Diddy" Combs, REVOLT and AT&T officially launch REVOLT Summit with New York kickoff event

NYC! REVOLT Summit's kickoff event is going down at Brooklyn's Kings Theatre on July 24. More details here!

On Friday (July 12), REVOLT announced that general admission tickets are now available for the New York kickoff event for the REVOLT Summit. This event will take place on Wednesday, July 24 at Brooklyn's iconic Kings Theatre. However, the Summit's official events are going down in Atlanta, Georgia on Sept. 12 - Sept. 14 and Los Angeles, California on Oct. 24 - Oct. 26.

That's right! After the kickoff in Brooklyn, the REVOLT Summit will be brought to not one, but two cities -- and what better places than the ATL and the city of angels!

"The REVOLT Summit brings artists, creators and executives together to celebrate the culture and empower the community," says REVOLT Chairman Sean Combs. "We're starting in New York, then going to Atlanta and Los Angeles — Three cities that live and breathe Hip Hop."

According to REVOLT's press release, "The New York event, reimagined with AT&T as presenting sponsor, will serve as a taste of the conversation and music that will take over Atlanta and Los Angeles later this year at the highly anticipated REVOLT Summit series, a multi-city Hip Hop event inspired by the former REVOLT Music Conference (RMC)." The New York event will also "honor the Hip Hop community by offering tickets to the kickoff at no charge, creating an inclusive, accessible and one of a kind experience."

This event definitely looks like the place to be on July 24. It will even feature a live presentation of REVOLT's hit show "State of the Culture" with host Joe Budden, co-hosts Remy Ma and Jinx, and feature special guest A$AP Ferg! Following the "SOTC" chat, REVOLT's "The Breakfast Club" personality Charlamagne tha God will moderate a panel pertaining to the business of Hip Hop and the culture as a whole.

Moreover, comedian/singer/actor DC Young Fly will host the fun time and Queen Naija will hit the stage for a live performance.

VIP tickets will only be available at select AT&T stores in New York and they offer many perks. They include premium seating, front-of-the-line access, exclusive networking opportunities with industry experts and much more. Follow #REVOLTSUMMIT for more details. Plus, see the stores where you can cop the VIP tickets below:






"We are excited to officially launch the REVOLT Summit at Brooklyn's famed Kings Theatre," said REVOLT CEO Roma Khanna. "Here guests will have the opportunity to engage and be part of a live 'State of the Culture' event and be part of the discussion of Hip Hop culture today. We want to share a real understanding and glimpse of what's to come at the Summits in Atlanta and Los Angeles."

REVOLT's press release continues: "The REVOLT Summit will offer young people an immersive experiential opportunity to learn, network and celebrate the world of Hip Hop and culture, and will ultimately help them develop and hone the crucial skills needed to grow their companies. AT&T, the exclusive presenting sponsor of the REVOLT Summit, will help expand reach by providing tickets and greater access for those seeking to become future leaders. And, in true REVOLT style, the event will include performances from major artists, spotlight new emerging artists, showcase local talents and offer plenty of opportunity to celebrate culture.

"Previous RMC events hosted influential cultural leaders like Issa Rae, DJ Khaled, Bozoma Saint John, Andre Harrell, and Scooter Braun, and also featured performances from top tier artists such as Cardi B, SZA, 2 Chainz, and Post Malone."

Before they're all gone, head to for the general admission tickets -- which are provided by AT&T at no cost! -- for REVOLT Summit's kickoff event in Brooklyn, New York on July 24.

Headliners and ticket sales for the Atlanta and Los Angeles events will be announced soon. See everyone there!

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