“Afropunk encompasses music, sociocultural politics and a kaleidoscopically colorful wardrobe. But to hear it from its earliest champions, it’s way more than that.” – The New York Times
Afropunk is one of the most progressive and celebrated festivals, known for its commitment to creativity, non-conformity and multiculturalism.
This September, London will welcome the first edition of Afropunk, attended by audiences from all cultures and backgrounds for a day of positive energy and next-level entertainment.
The Afropunk movement gave a voice to thousands of multi- cultural kids fiercely identifying with a lifestyle path-less-traveled back in 2003 with the release of “Afro-Punk” the seminal cult classic film spotlighting Black Punks in America. It became the touchstone of a cultural movement.
Attendance: – 8,000 attendees
Line-up 2016: Grace Jones, Laura Mvula, Lady Leshurr, Kwabs, Loyle Carner, Goldlink, MNEK, Benjamin Booker
Line-up 2017: TBC