Photos: The Block party of all block parties, Hiero Day 2019 in Oakland

Hieroglyphics (photo: Norm deVeyra) Local hip hop legends Hieroglyphics brought out their annual block party Hiero Day to celebrate the sounds and life of Oakland in a celebration that always brings out some of the best parts of the city. The bands that perform have always been stellar, this year featuring the Hieroglyphics, as always, along with Little Brother, Midnight Hour, Nappy Nina, Yukmouth, Deuce Eclipse and many, many more. Check out our gallery from this year's celebration below!

By |September 6, 2019|Tags: |

Photos: Hiero Day 2017

Hieroglyphics at Hiero Day (photo: Robert Alleyne) Last Labor Day weekend was the annual celebration from the legendary hip-hop Hieroglyphics, the 2017 celebration of Oakland, Hiero Day. As usual the lineup featured tons of hip-hop artists, both local and from all over, and, notably, Lil B gave away his first ever keyboard and guitar to inspire others to make music. You can check out our gallery from photographer Robert Alleyne below.

By |September 12, 2017|Tags: , |

Photos: Hiero Day rocks the streets of Oakland

Mr. Lif at Hieroday (photo: Robert Alleyne) Earlier this week was the annual celebration from the legendary hip-hop Hieroglyphics crew, their Oakland-proud block party and love letter to Oakland, Hiero Day. The festival featured many other mainstays of the genre, ranging from established artists like Too Short to Mr. Lif and plenty more. You can check out our gallery from photographer Robert Alleyne below. Overall it was a good-vibes day, the streets packed with a variety of fans of the music and the weather meant for some music outside as a celebration of hip-hop and its culture in the Bay.

By |September 8, 2016|Tags: |

Celebrate Hiero Day September 1 in Oakland

Returning for its third installment, Hiero Day is this Monday, September 1. Celebrating not only the legendary Hieroglyphics Crew, but also Oakland's hip-hop culture, with over 30 artists scheduled to perform. What began with a Facebook comment that suggested a celebration in honor of "93 'til Infinity" has grown into a massive, free, all day festival that is expected to draw 15,000 people to Linden Street Brewery, nearly doubling last year's crowd. This is a special event no matter the reason, Hiero Day could be considered the local release celebration for Souls of Mischief, who just this week dropped There [...]

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