HIP HOP vs Crime is an initiative that aims to create positive relaxation and entertainment in the community to the mind-set of local youth and give them an alternative to negative and binding values in Garden Route communities. The initiative is the brainchild of two Bitou-based organisations: Plett Active Youth and Step Out With Courage. A hip hop workshop and show held in Plett last July was a big success, proving that there is a big interest among local youngster, when 700-800 people attended and indicated that they wanted more of this kind of entertainment. So don’t miss this weekend’s spectacular showcase of the best hip hop break dancers in SA, when Concrete Apostles from Cape Town and Prophet Style from Oudtshoorn take to the stage with a long list of local artist in Plett on Friday March 2 (Formosa Primary School hall in New Horizons) and on the 3rd (Knysna Secondary in Hornlee), both shows starting at 6:30 and tickets priced from R30-50. Among the local performers count Jodene Brown, Mark Davids, Enrico Sam, Axe Krew, GL Funk Breakers, T3 Gang, Broken Puzzle, KB, OSG Girls, Dope Gang, Future, and Animation Crew. For further information call Faizel Kleynhans on 078 986 3554 or Clyde Windvogel on 078 999 4543.