Movement Festival organisers have today revealed that the hip hop festival has been cancelled. Niche Productions and Live Nation have announced the festival has been called off largely due to the cancellation of international acts 2Chainz and Angel Haze. After the artist cancellations, which included Angel Haze being replaced with Aussie viral star Iggy Azalea,
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2 Chainz has been forced to cancel his performance at this year’s Movement Festival due to Visa eligibility requirements and processing timelines for Australian and New Zealand, in addition to a pending court case. Although the official statement concerning 2 Chainz’s cancellation does not specify the details of the court case, we know that 2
The cats behind Movement Festival have announced plans to hook up one lucky person something vicious. Still with some time to get your affairs in order before the show is unleashed, you can now get your grubby mitts on a double pass and a bounty of other sweet loot. Also within the swag of goods
Chiddy Bang is no stranger to Australia. The duo of MC Chidera “Chiddy” Anamege and DJ Noah “Xaphoon Jones” Beresin twice visited last year, as part of Groovin The Moo and Parklife. Now the pair will soon return once again as part of the Nas-curated hip hop event, Movement Festival. In February last year Chiddy
Aussie ex-pat Iggy Azalea has been announced as the replacement for the ultra hot-right-now Angel Haze on the bill for the upcoming Movement festival. Though born in Sydney, Azalea hasn’t toured her homeland since achieving Internet fame some 18 months ago. This would also have been the first Australian tour for Haze, who has pinned
A new hip hop festival named ‘Movement’ has just been announced, to be curated by New York rapper Nas, and launching in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth this April, featuring a lineup of international and Australian talent.