“The Future is Now” is not only the theme for this year’s REVOLT Summit x AT&T , but the model Sean “Diddy” Combs, Chairman of REVOLT uses to push and uplift the culture. “The REVOLT Summit is coming back bigger and better than ever with the goal of inspiring the next generation of cultural leaders to understand that the time is now to achieve your dreams, change your life, and more importantly change the world,” said Combs, “The future is happening in real-time, so we all have a responsibility to share the access, information, and opportunities that will move the culture forward and the REVOLT Summit is where it all starts.”
This years 2 day summit will feature a full list of panels, keynote speakers and conversations from Coi Leray, Tamika D. Mallory, Big Freedia, Pretty Vee, DJ Drama, Tezlyn Figaro, Tariq Nasheed, Bimma Williams, LaRussell, and more. The summit will focus on exploring the future of Hip Hop and culture across categories while empowering the next generation of rising future-makers.
Led by Chairman Sean “Diddy” Combs and REVOLT, in collaboration with AT&T*, the Summit offers attendees access to opportunity in real-time, with an unparalleled experience that celebrates the global power and influence of Hip Hop. Offering a fully immersive experience, this year’s Summit will feature exclusive live viewings of REVOLT’S hit series, including Assets Over Liabilities with Rashad Bilal and Troy Millings, Big Facts, Drink Champs, the Rap Radar podcast, and more.
“Our mission at REVOLT is to provide a platform for the artists, creators and cultural leaders shaping the future of Hip Hop across categories and this year’s Summit is anchored in bringing this vision to life,” said Detavio Samuels, CEO of REVOLT. “Atlanta represents the epicenter of Hip Hop culture today, so we’re excited to return with a new slate of programming, marquee talent, and live experiences that explore what’s next, while highlighting how both REVOLT and Hip Hop continue evolving.”
Thriving at the intersection of culture and education, the Summit unites the biggest artists, innovators, activists and industry leaders to explore the future of Hip Hop, culture, community, commerce, connectivity and the future of REVOLT. Maintaining an unwavering commitment to the local community, the Summit will once again take place at 787 Windsor, a 3.5-acre urban art studio and outdoor open area campus owned by Sharod Simpson, founder and CEO of street meets faith brand, God Is Dope.
“The future is now, and we believe there’s nothing more powerful than connection to drive the evolution,” said Michelle Jordan, Chief Diversity Officer, AT&T. “AT&T’s presence at the Summit gives us a chance to learn from influential Black leaders, while offering experiences that can empower and drive real impact.”
See the full lineup and purchase tickets to the REVOLT Summit HERE.