AFROPUNK FEST Brooklyn 2019

  • Brooklyn, United States
  • 24-25 August 2019
  • Hip Hop
  • Multi-Genre
  • Pop
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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. 

2019

Headliners

  • Jill Scott
  • FKA Twigs
  • Kamasi Washington
  • Leon Bridges

Lineup

Live

  • Jill Scott
  • FKA Twigs
  • Leon Bridges
  • Gary Clark Jr.
  • Kamasi Washington
  • Santigold
  • Lianne La Havas
  • GoldLink
  • Toro Y Moi
  • Nao
  • Death Grips
  • Danny Brown
  • Tierra Whack
  • IAMDDB
  • J.I.D
  • Ravyn Lenae
  • Kelsey Lu
  • Masego
  • Leikeli47
  • Ho99o9
  • Rico Nasty
  • Scarlxrd
  • Thandiswa
  • Earthgang
  • Kari Faux
  • Burnt Sugar The Arkestra Chamber
  • Fire From The Gods
  • Tank and The Bangas
  • Junglepussy
  • Rahbi
  • The Suffers
  • Alxndr London
  • Hello Yello
  • BCUC
  • Chika
  • Samurai Shotgun

DJ

  • Soulection
  • MikeQ
  • DJ Moma
  • Uniiqu3
  • Rich Medina
  • DJ Kenzhero
  • Bambii
  • Papi Juice
  • Rudeboyz
  • Muzi
  • LSDXOXO
  • DJ Doowap
  • Gabsoul
  • Batekoo
  • DJ Nativesun
  • Underground System [DJ set]
  • Boston Chery
  • BMAJR
  • Bae Bae

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


Address

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

FAQs

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. 

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