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AFROPUNK Brooklyn 2022 Brought The House Down

The music festival put on a stellar production of pure Black Excellence.

International music and culture festival organizers AFROPUNK put on one hell of a production this year, mini-hurricane and all. Hosted at Commodore Barry Park in Brooklyn, New York, the two-day event was filled with beauty, great music, food, and melanin – the perfect recipe for success. Festival goers were treated to performances from the likes of Adekunle Gold, American artists Doechi, Mick Jenkins, an exhilarating show from The Roots, and of course, Africa’s Giant, Burna Boy.

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Burna Boy, Adekunle Gold, and More To Help AFROPUNK Return Home

The global culture and music festival returns to Brooklyn, New York for the first time since 2019 -- and their lineup of stars are lining the way home.

This year's AFROPUNK culture and music festival is making its way home to Brooklyn, New York for the first time since 2019 -- and headliners Burna Boy, The Roots, and their lineup of stars are helping guide their way home.

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