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Afropunk Tickets

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"AWesome Performances"
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Afropunk, Printworks, London - 22nd July 2017

Kojey Radical was insane. Every performance was awesome. Will be going next year.

Posted by Just a Student on 26/07/2017

"Good Times"
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Afropunk, Printworks, London - 22nd July 2017

Great venue. Good energy. Good atmosphere. Again, amazing venue! Nice people. Lighting and sound ace. Nice after party.

Amazing venue. Good combination of artists. Went just on Saturday but should have booked whole weekend.

Posted by L 1 South on 24/07/2017

"The best atmosphere I've ever seen"
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Afropunk, Printworks, London - 22nd July 2017

I initially bought a ticket for the great line-up of music. But as soon as I got in line, I knew it was much more than the music. And because of not knowing what was in store, I was in awe for all my time there.

I regret not buying a whole weekend ticket. But i want to go every year, no questions asked. I haven't been to many concerts/festivals compared to most people, but that was the greatest experience I've ever had so far.

Posted by Charlie T on 23/07/2017

Afropunk is more than a festival. It is a counterculture movement that seeks to extend education and political awareness in order to enable people to become self-empowered. Mutual respect, destroying the dehumanising stereotypes and celebrating self-expression and individuality is key to Afropunk ethos.

Fostering a spirit of energy and rebellion through creativity, the celebration of diversity means exhibitions of amazing music, unique style and fresh artistic talent. The aesthetic of revolution is the first step to freedom and the aim of their festivals is to eliminate the climate of fear and empower the people through a recognition of the value of the many rich cultures that contribute to one shared world.

Afropunk London… a much-needed celebration of blackness and diversity” - The Independent

Staying true to the message of acceptance and no hate, a symbol of the future we need to strive for where diversity matters and is essential for both spiritual and global growth, AFROPUNK London went off with a bang.” - Sant

Your Afropunk tickets are on sale right now through Gigantic. Book yours before they are gone.

This July, Afropunk takes place on the 22nd and 23rd at Printworks. Celebrating diversity, equality and multiculturalism, the amazing cultural event is welcome to all people of all races, genders, colours, creeds and tastes.

In a world that is being further divided by power squabbles, hate crimes, racist institutions and homophobic violence this will be a truly significant event.

Afropunk 2017 sees a huge array of awesome acts, including JME, Little Simz, Danny Brown, Kojey Radical with many more yet to be announced.

The cultural event will also feature artists, creative designers, exhibitions of exquisite work and tasty food vendors. New media and dynamic cultural outlets is central to the ideas of Afropunk as it enables the voiceless to be empowered.

Festival tickets are always subject to availability so book early to avoid disappointment.

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