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Saturday General Admission

21st Jul



Ends: 21st Jul

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Entry to Saturday & Sunday

Entry to Saturday & Sunday
21st Jul



Ends: 21st Jul


  • Age: 14+
  • Last entry: 4:00pm
  • Dress code: Casual
  • ID required: Yes
  • Shoe type: All
  • Hats accepted: YES
  • Other: Event time is subject to change
Afropunk Fest London 2017 - Saturday at Printworks London in London

Event description

2 for 1 ticket deal on Weekend tickets, 1 ticket admits 2 people - get your tickets now!

AFROPUNK’s message has always been clear; it’s about celebrating multiculturalism, creativity and diversity - it’s about being proud to stand out in the crowd, to be empowered, to be an individual. London’s edition of AFROPUNK is ready for it’s second outing on the 22nd - 23rd July weekend at brand new space Printworks, uniting the best in food, art, music and creativity, adding a very UK twist to the global event series.

A combo of grime, punk, hip-hop, soul, reggae, soul, pop and more make AFROPUNK’s line-up a winner, combining heritage acts who’ve changed the game with breakout stars shaping new movements.

Across two days headliners include:
22nd July
JME, The Internet, Thundercat, Danny Brown, The Heavy, Little Simz, Saul Williams, Corine Bailey Rae, Jazzie B, Kojey Radical, Nadia Rose, Liam Bailey, The Bots, The OBGMS

23rd July (https://shoobs.com/events/20471/afropunk-fest-london-2017-sunday)
Lianne Le Havas, NAO, Willow Smith, Petite Noir, Mahalia, Sate, Connie Constance, Kiah Victoria, Black Orchid

On top of that there are more heavy names, plus an unmissable experience overall, with the revered AFROPUNK marketplace, food, art and style.

AFROPUNK’s SPINTHRIFT MARKETPLACE is a highlight, with arts, crafts, tattoos, clothes and more; a melting pot of creativity and beauty. BITES AND BEATS is AFROPUNK’s in house food festival, who’ll besetting up shop in Printwork’s with a delicious selection of global vendors, tasty! Let loose, dance, discover and enjoy a day of unity, heart and souls with the AFROPUNK family.

Known for its community-driven initiatives, ACTIVISM ROW is an interactive site-specific educational installation featuring grassroots non-profits that attempt to solve community problems. Activism Row's goal is to inform youth about participation opportunities, this year featuring
British Cultural Archives, Amnesty International UK, Index on Censorship, and Slavery Remembrance.

There is also an after party at Miranda at Ace Hotel, 100 Shoreditch High Street, E1 6JQ which is free for festival goers with your wristbands, space is limited so do arrive early

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Printworks London

Surrey Quays Road
London SE16 7PJ
United Kingdom

Organiser information

Metropolis Music Ltd

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