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Everyday Afrique Is Back For a Fourth of July Party in NYC!

Join us at The Well for a night featuring music from GuiltyBeatz, DJ Moma and more.

OkayAfrica, Everyday People, and Electrafrique's EVERYDAY AFRIQUE party is easily one of the best places to be during summer in New York City.

We're hosting our annual fourth of July bash this year for another installment of the party that brings out the city's finest. This July 4 we're taking EVERYDAY AFRIQUE to a new location at The Well in Brooklyn, where you can dance and drink the day & night away across the venue's outdoor and indoor spaces.

GRAB TICKETS TO EVERY AFRIQUE'S FOURTH OF JULY PARTY HERE

Music will be handled by star Ghanaian producer GuiltyBeatz, Everyday People's DJ Moma, Electrafrique's Cortega, Akio, Rich Knight, Silent Addy and AQ.

The night is hosted by Young Prince, Saada, Roble, Sinat, Giselle, Tropical Jwan, Shernita & Maine.

All details in the flyer below and grab your tickets here.

See you on the dance floor!


Everyday People, OkayAfrica & Electrafrique present EVERYDAY AFRIQUE

Where: The Well, 272 Meserole St. Brooklyn, NY

When: Thursday, July 4th from 3pm - 10pm.

Music by: DJ Moma, Cortega, Akio, Rich Knight, Silent Addy & AQ

Hosted by: Young Prince, Saada, Roble, Sinat, Giselle, Tropical Jwan, Shernita & Maine

Live Performance: Oyasound

This is a 21+ event.

For Inquiries please email: iam@everydaypplnyc.com

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