After sitting out two years because of the pandemic, the ambitious festival came back strong through sun and rain on Sept. 10 and 11, once again providing a creative safe space for Black communities.
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'The theme this year is We See You,' one attendee told Gothamist. 'I wanted to make sure I represent that: taking up space making yourself visible and unapologetic.'
The unapologetically black and dope Afropunk returned for a phenomenal weekend at Brooklyn's Commodore Barry Park.
Ice Cube, TV On The Radio, George Clinton, Tyler the Creator, Janelle Monae are coming to Brooklyn this summer.
Photos and videos from inside this year's Afropunk Fest.
Day two of the Afropunnk Fest is today, at Commodore Barry Park in Fort Greene, from 12:00 noon to 9:30 p.m.
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