A global institution recognised for celebrating unity, creativity and heritage in the music world for over 14 years, AFROPUNK is a triumph of multiculturalism and diversity for people of all races, genders, colours, creeds and tastes. NEW YORK, ATLANTA, JOHANNESBURG and PARIS are all now home to global AFROPUNK events.
Now entering its third year, AFROPUNK London has evolved with a community focus. This September 1st – 8th, AFROPUNK returns, descending on South London’s eclectic hub, steeped in rich history and effervescent with diversity in cultures – BRIXTON.
Back for it’s third outing, AFROPUNK London’s week long programme spans art, fashion, film, music, education and more. Expand your mind and feast your ears and eyes with a whirlwind of inspiring offerings. An art exhibition at 198 Gallery, performances from revered supergroup, August Greene (Robert Glasper, Common, Karriem Riggins), plus DJ sets from Jazzie B, BBZ collective, BORN N BREAD and more are just a few of the events in-store.
There’s a whole host of talks, workshops, music and film screenings still to be announced. Plus, there’ll be food, art, style and the return of Battle of the Bands. Keep your eyes peeled for the major bill still to come.
Never been? Read our 2017 review here. Been persuaded? Get your hands on a ticket here.