Photos: Hiero Day 2014 

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Queens D. Light represents Oakland's younger generation of hip hop artists.
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The audience at Hiero Day 2014 reflected the eclectic culture of the Bay Area.
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Oakland-based Los Rakas play to an enthusiastic crowd.
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Zion I played with The Grouch and Eligh on the festival's main stage.
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Zion I's son got to share the stage, too.
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Adrian Younge played a set of songs that were sampled in classic hip hop.
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Ed Lover nursed an Olde English 40 oz. onstage as he jeered the crowd.
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Del the Funkee Homosapien performed some hits from his solo career.
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Oakland Mayor Jean Quan caught Del's performance from backstage.
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Hiero Day is an all-ages event, so the crowd featured a wide age range.
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Del the Funkee Homosapien played with a live band for his set.
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Mayor Quan also shared the stage with the Hieroglyphics crew to congratulate them on the event's success.
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Hieroglyphics played to an enthusiastic crowd at the end of the day.
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Goapele joined Hieroglyphics for part of their headlining performance.
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