This event has probably been and gone!
It's 1999 and Kiwa struggles with the whole "being Māori" thing. Having to face racism on a daily basis, Kiwa's done with being judged - worst of all by his own people. So, how do black American fullas who live 20000km away make him feel more at home than ever? Expression through music and exploration, "I Ain't Mad at Cha" is about a young Māori boys love for rhymes.
Complete lock out after start - no entry