AFROPUNK BROOKLYN makes it's first return since 2019, recruiting headliners The Roots and Burna Boy. A celebration of Black joy and a testament to the resilience of the Brooklyn community, AFROPUNK touches down in Commodore Barry Park in Brooklyn on September 10th and 11th.
Between live shows, directly from Salvador, and content recorded especially for the festival - including materials sent by the public -, we built spaces and exalted black protagonists, bringing talents together in 5 hours of online transmission.
AFROPUNK's widening array of live events and experiences aim to build community through joyous expression, thought-provoking discussion, and celebratory musical performances. Welcome to Planet AFROPUNK Live: Minneapolis, the first-ever AFROPUNK live experience in the Midwest.
AFROPUNK is excited to announce the first ever Planet AFROPUNK Live Experience in Miami taking place from May 20-May 22 at The Urban, which is in the historic Overtown neighborhood.
AFROPUNK: Sound Therapy Sessions: Live music, deep conversations, and communal hope and healing are all on the table
UNCONTAINED presented by Target is the music journey of 5 dynamic black women performers whose style, vibe and attitude represents the dynamic unapologetic attitude that is AFROPUNK.
PLANET AFROPUNK will be a culmination of the triumph of the human will in 2021, it will be a celebration of how we were able to pick ourselves up and celebrate US!
AFROPUNK Joburg will bring together the vibrancy of a limited LIVE audience with the hyper connectivity of a larger digital family to celebrate New Year’s Eve in a huge global spectacular.
AFROPUNK exclusives, artist merch and more. This is all a dream. You will want memento to prove you were here.
We are a community connected by Music, Art, Activism, and more. AFROPUNK celebrates Black excellence across the diaspora and eschews systems of Sexism, Racism, Ableism, Homophobia, Fatphobia, and Transphobia with No Hatefulness.
Curated just for YOU - shop a market full of incredibly talented makers, selectors and curators from all across the diaspora. Look fly and make a statement while doing it.
Inspired by the idea of claiming your freedom; inspired by the change in season, the vibrancy of Miami and the hope laced within creating spaces and affirming voices: we present BLACK SPRING.
Food is essential for culture. Order from restaurants of the diaspora right to your door. Experience food demos featuring chefs, artists and DJ’s we love. Your souls will be fed.
Black hair is an art no matter how complex or simple the style. Our versatility exists throughout us, even in our follicles. The Hair & Beauty Village is an homage to Black hair in all its beauty.
Explore the complexities of identity for these communities; with social salons and content that features dynamic orators and personalities who, instead of talking at audiences, lead collaborative, solution-based discussions.
Activism Row is home to agitators, activators, and resistors alike. Spend time with organizers and non-profit organizations doing great work. Let’s learn from each other and take action against global injustices. We got us.
Art & Times a digital gallery experience for you featuring some of our favorite visual artists from around the world. It is the space for artists to use their talents to cement love and demands into expression. These expressions become a blueprint to our liberation.
In conversation with Porscha Burke
Untangling intersectional self-care
#CULTURETAGS with Eunique Jones
Nerdy and Boogy with Shabbir hussain
“For People That Look Like Us”: An In-Depth Discussion With Black-Owned & Forbes-featured Publishing Company, Noir Caesar Entertainment LLC
Cosmetology for the Cosplayer
Con Qweens: The Digital Drag Takeover
Nerd Parenting 101
DIY Cosplay - You Really CAN Do It Yourself
Solonje Burnet + Maryam + Denitia
House of Negesti
Diversity in Cosplay
Kinks and Curls: Ethnic Hair in the Cosplay Community
The Power WE All Have....Affecting Social and Global Change from a Nerd Space
A Joyful Rumble: Black Joy in Video Game Culture
Afrofuturism and Comics
Black Horror Matters
Black Independent Filmmakers “Reel Brothers ”
Hilton George + Keef Knight
Black Creativity & Hype: A Look at Black Media Consumption
Marcus: The Visuals
Rise of Black Nerds in the Nerd Community
Wreck Special (From one blerd to the next)
Fandom To Stardom