AfroPunk, the two-day festival that honors Black music’s radical roots, is set to host their yearly festival in Atlanta. Held on September 25-26 rain or shine, the event will celebrate some of the best talent across genres and as always, will be a safe space for community expression.
“AFROPUNK ATLANTA 2021 represents AFROPUNK’s emergence from a pandemic-induced hiatus by way of a weekend-long music-led experience congregating producers, supporters, allies, and consumers of black culture,” the official press release reads. “Each weekend day will include a unique lineup of curated music performances and culturally relevant programming.”
The lineup includes the following performers: Wale, Smino, Rico Nasty, Dungeon Family’s KP the Great and Friends, Tems, Fousheé, Serpentwithfeet, Tkay Maidza, Amindi, Liv.e, Holly Sinatra, Lesibu Grand and more.
The festival will take place at the Atlantic Station Pinnacle Lot.
Tickets are reasonably priced, with weekend passes available for $125 and individual day passes going for $70. Shop here.