Afro Punk Festival to hit Jozi streets

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Constitution Hill will be littered with music lover and art lovers alike, when Afro Punk Festival which originated in Brooklyn hits the streets of Johannesburg, South Africa.

The Festival which is a haven for self-expression, art and taking pride in black culture without prejudice, will be making its debut on the African continent in South Africa.

First started in Brooklyn by Mathew Morgan and James Spooner, who made a documentary title Afro Punk back in 2003, the idea, which grew into the festival exploring black culture, is now in five countries.

The festival bring internationally acclaimed musicians onto the same stage as local musicians celebrating alternative music and culture in every city it goes to. The Johannesburg leg of the festival will see the like of Solange, Laura Mvula and Anderson. Paak on the same stage as The Brother Moves On, Nonku Phiri and Black Motion amongst others.

The Afro Punk Festival will be held at Constitution Hill on 30 – 31 December 2017.