Rico Nasty, Liv.e, Fousheé, Tems And More To Perform At AfroPunk Atlanta
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.
Read 5 facts about singer/songwriter Tems here.
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.