Credits : AFROPUNK Brooklyn by Francesca Magnani - AFROPUNK Facebook pageMulticulturalism And Diversity Triumph! AFROPUNK London To Take Place On The 22nd And 23rd Of July! Nithin Sunder May 26, 2017 FS News, International The Festival returns to the city’s freshest venue – Printworks! Afropunk has been redefining culture in the music world for over 14 years. It is a triumph of multiculturalism and diversity for people of all races, genders, colours, creeds and tastes! The global music festival looks to push the boundaries of expression and individuality! This time, the London edition of the festival will take place on the 22nd and 23rd of July at Printworks! The Noisettes – Credits :visualmarvelry The Annual Arts festival celebrates and unifies the community through music, film, skate, and art. It made it’s debut at the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) in Brooklyn, New York City in 2005, and has since culturally expanded the festival across countries. Originally co-founded by Mathew Morgan and James Spooner, the festival was inspired by Spooner’s 2003 documentary film entitled, Afro-Punk, which spotlighted black punks in America! Some of the acts you can look forward to are Lianne La Havas, Nao, Danny Brown, Thundercat, JME, Willow Smith, The Heavy, Corinne Bailey Rae, Jazzie B, Little Simz, Jazz Re:Freshed, Nadia Rose, Kojey Radical, Connie Constance, Blacktronica, Gal-Dem , Born & Bread , and much much more. Check out their entire London edition lineup here ! The influential community of young, gifted people of all backgrounds speak through music, art, film, comedy, fashion and more. AFROPUNK is definitely a voice for the unwritten, unwelcome and unheard-of! Grab your tickets here and head over to Afropunk London 2017 to experience and enjoy an incredible lineup of ground breaking icons and emerging talents! For more updates, check out their Facebook page here!