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Jun 22

AFRO PUNK FESTIVAL 2010

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Ready for AFRO-PUNK FESTIVAL 2010 this weekend!!! Painting live with the crew; RIMIX, BORISH, LICHIBAN, ROB FOKUSED, SEEONE, AM, COBY KENNEDY, and more…Mos Def was just added to the performances. Siked!!! + there will be a TOOFLY goodies booth with new rings, T-Shirts and much more. Weather is gonna be great see ya’ll there…

AFROPUNK2010

LET’S GET FREE! – AFRO-PUNK FESTIVAL 2010
Saturday Jun 25, 26 & 27, 2010
Commodore Barry Park // Flushing Ave, Navy St & N Elliot // Brooklyn, NY 11205
F train to York Street.
CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS!

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LET’S GET FREE! – 2010 AFRO-PUNK FESTIVAL
June 25, 26 & 27 at Commodore Barry Park, Brooklyn NY

Noteable Artists Performing this year:

MOSDEF
Game Rebellion
Bad Brains
J Davey
The Cool Kids
K-Os
POS
Ninja Sonik
Martin Luther
Bad Rabbits
Cipher
24/7 Spy

Get ready for some wicked summer fun filled with Live music, DJs, skate, BMX, fashion, food, and art as we take over downtown Brooklyn for the 6th Annual Afro-Punk Festival! This year we’re moving the festivities to Commodore Barry Park, right in BK’s Fort Greene neighborhood (Flushing Ave & N Elliot, Brooklyn, NY 11201).
If you thought last year’s fest was hot, wait until you hear who’s on the new the line-up: from punk legends Bad Brains and 24-7 Spyz, to underground AP favorites J*DaVeY, Game Rebellion, and alternative hip-hop masters Mos Def and P.O.S., we can’t even begin to tell you how dope this edition is going to be. Check out the full program above.
APX “Battles For The Streets”: Our skate/BMX clinics and battles will be in full effect with the sickest pro skaters and riders, $5,000 worth of prizes, sponsored by Nike 6.0, Nike SB, Skullcandy and truth. Check out the calendar above for details and sign up info for the clinics and battles.
ALL SKATERS & RIDERS MUST FILL-OUT THE WAIVER FORM AND RETURN IT TO STORE OF ORIGIN BY JUNE 24TH 2010, OR BRING IT WITH YOU ON REGISTRATION DAY ON JUNE 25TH 2010
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE FORM

And as always, some of our favourite visual artists, fashion designers, and food will be on hand to make the experience even wilder. The festival is the main event of the year for the global Afro-punk community and the definitive destination for audiences looking to experience true Afro-punk culture.
Read below for directions and ticket info!

CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS!

HOW TO GET THERE:
By Subway:
F train to York Street. Emerge from station and turn left. You are now on Jay Street. Walk up Jay Street, turn left on Sands, walk down the hill and turn right on Navy Street. The park is a 1 block from there on the left. Use the BQE as a guide.

From the Manhattan Bridge:
Stay in the right lane on the bridge and exit toward the BQE. Stay right as you exit. Turn right on Sands and turn right on Navy. The park is a block from there.

From the Brooklyn Bridge:
Stay in the right lane on the bridge and exit toward the BQE. Stay right as you exit. Turn right on Prospect Street. When you get under the Manhattan Bridge, turn right on Jay. Turn left on Sands and turn right on Navy. The park is a block from there.

From 3rd Ave., Brooklyn:
Cross Atlantic, then cross Flatbush. The Brooklyn Academy of Music is on your right. Take first left on Ashland Place. Follow Ashland, which turns into Navy Street, under the BQE. When you emerge from under the BQE you will see the field on the right. Field 2 is the closer to Navy Street.

On Foot:
Cross the Brooklyn or Manhattan Bridges from Manhattan, or up Tillary Street from Cadman Plaza in Brooklyn.

You, the members of our community, are the driving force behind our movement, and you will be the first to know about everything regarding the Festival! As a member of afropunk.com, you’ll have access to presale information, special discounts, contests and breaking news. It’s our way to thank you for being a part of the movement.

You should tell your friends to join too, as only members will get the special offers we have in store for you. Click on http://www.afropunk.com/main/invitation/new and invite them to join now! You can easily import your contacts or manually enter your friends’ e-mail addresses.

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