Wu-Tang Clan and Odd Future will headline the seventh annual Murs in association with Guerilla Union presented Paid Dues Independent Hip Hop Festival on April 7 at the National Orange Show in San Bernardino.
“I am honored this year to have two of the most impactful hip hop collectives in history headline this year’s Paid Dues,” said festival founder Murs in a news release. “Wu-Tang entered the game in the early 90’s and changed everything. And Odd Future has already made an enormous impression in their own right and just a few years in. To have these two dynamic forces on the same stage on the same night is almost unimaginable but only right that it take place at Paid Dues. This and so much more to be announced in the upcoming weeks has me really looking forward to our seventh year of Paid Dues.”
Chang Weisberg, Guerilla Union promoter, said: “This year’s Paid Dues will be historic. Getting Wu-Tang Clan and Odd Future on the same stage for the first time is an epic billing. Add to that, having some of the greatest crews in Hip Hop on one stage is crazy. This will be our biggest, most ambitious Paid Dues ever.”
For more information, head to www.paidduesfestival.com