AFROPUNK

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With all the concert series and music festivals now returning before The Rona can mutate into its next Super Saiyan form and cause another lockdown, Variety is reporting that AFROPUNK is the latest to return back to the fold and is taking their talents to Brooklyn’s Commodore Barry Park.

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The city of Minneapolis, Minnesota is set to play host to the latest edition of the Planet AFROPUNK Festival, with Ari Lennox and Noname prominently featured among the performers.

AFROPUNK has become a destination for Black people of various backgrounds to express themselves boldly in a safe space free of criticism and violence. However, a trio of Black activists attending the annual event was asked to leave a backstage AFROPUNK event and allegedly slammed verbally by one of AFROPUNK‘s co-founders over a t-shirt and […]

Afropunk 2018 is best known for its festival style and stellar performances. Toyota, one of the festivals top sponsors held a panel as a part of the overall Afropunk Brooklyn experience focusing on African Americans actively engaging and participating in sustainable living.

Issa Rae is marrying her love of the arts to her current hit show. She is working with her network and one of the most diverse music festivals to give independent bands a platform.

The annual Afropunk festival has expanded its reach for this year’s events, with multiple cities playing host to the popular live show and cultural destination. On Tuesday, the lineups for Brooklyn, Atlanta, and Paris were announced with Johannesburg and London also on deck with impending lineups.

Solange Knowles and her upcoming performance at Afropunk Festival Johannesburg might have been the hottest ticket in the world. But fans hoping to see the singer and creative genius at work are most likely having a hard time processing the news that she won’t be able to make the trip.

The 12th annual Afropunk Festival returns to Brooklyn and fans can expect another star-studded lineup, which was recently announcing. Headlining the bill are Ice Cube, Tyler, The Creator, Cee Lo Green, and Janelle Monae among others.

The AFROPUNK Festival has become an annual must attend thanks to an always eclectic line up of top notch acts (last year’s headliner was D’Angelo). 2015 will be no different with Grace Jones, Lauryn Hill and Lenny Kravitz just a few of its headliners for the Brooklyn shows in late August.