AFROPUNK FEST Brooklyn 2020

  • Commodore Barry Park, Brooklyn, United States of America
  • Date to be announced
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A diverse cultural showcase

AFROPUNK FEST Brooklyn is a multi-genre music festival in the New York City borough. Born out of the documentary Afro-Punk which highlighted black punk artists around the United States, the festival has grown into a global movement.

The original festival, AFROPUNK FEST Brooklyn started in 2005 and has evolved over the years to encompass artists from a wide range of genres to augment its inclusive atmosphere.

Not limited just to music, the festival is a diverse cultural showcase, featuring film, fashion, visual arts, and skate/BMX parks, all centred around a fiercely independent DIY attitude. 


The lineup for 2020 has not been announced yet. Previous artists include FKA Twigs, MIA, Ice Cube, and Janelle Monáe.

In Fort Greene, the 10 acre public park is the oldest in Brooklyn. 


Commodore Barry Park, Flushing Avenue & N. Elliot Pl, Brooklyn, 11201, United States of America


New York City is serviced by three main airports: John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), LaGuardia Airport (LGA), and Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR). To reach the festival site, take the A or C train to Jay St - MetroTech. Commodore Barry Park is a 10 minute walk northeast from the subway station.