After having our groundbreaking three-day event in Atlanta on Sept. 12 – Sept. 14, we’re proud to announce that the second – and biggest – REVOLT Summit installment is going down on Friday, Oct. 25 – Sunday, Oct. 27 in the beautiful city of Los Angeles, California.

And we’re excited to share that we’ll be having some well-respected west coast legends, who’ll be in attendance and who’ll make sure that the event is unlike any other. From the one and only Snoop Dogg to Mustard, the upcoming REVOLT Summit in L.A. will feature some of the biggest names in music and entertainment – and who put on for their city. Other guests will include Angela Rye, Killer Mike, Van Jones, Rich Paul and many more.

But, that’s not all! REVOLT is happy to officially reveal that Top Dawg Entertainment CEO Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith and President Terrence “Punch” Henderson will be joining us as co-chairs! Being the masterminds behind famed L.A. rappers like Jay Rock, Kendrick Lamar, SchoolBoy Q, Ab-Soul – as well as SZA and Isaiah Rashad – having these two bosses as co-chairs for our west coast festivities was a no-brainer.

“In Atlanta, we shocked the youth and our audience with thought-provoking panels and one-of-a-kind networking opportunities,” said REVOLT Media & TV Chairman Sean “Diddy” Combs. “With Top Dawg and Punch from TDE as our co-chairs in addition to Snoop Dogg, Angela Rye and Killer Mike, we are ready to bring this energy and empowerment to Los Angeles so they too can experience the REVOLT Summit firsthand.”

According to a press release, the REVOLT Summit in L.A. “will featured panels on the cannabis revolution and criminal justice reform, while bringing back some of Atlanta’s most popular activities like ‘AT&T Office Hours,’ which connects REVOLT Summit attendees with successful business leaders and entrepreneurs in music, film and entertainment…”

The REVOLT Summit in Atlanta featured the viral “Trap the Vote x REVOLT: Hip Hop & Politics” panel with Killer Mike, T.I., Candace Owens, Katrina Pierson, Steven Pargett, and it will return for an exciting part two in Los Angeles.

Singing competition “Be Heard,” will also come to the west “as well as private networking opportunities, offering guests a chance to connect with business leaders and cohorts, all working toward furthering the summit’s mission to help the future leaders of hip hop develop and hone the crucial skills and relationships needed to grow their companies.”