Posted on February 1, 2010 at 7:00pm
If you didn't think Afro-punk could get any more awesome, we went ahead and had our first 20 city music and arts tour. Headlined by poet, musician, and feathered out, Saul Williams, Afro-punk shared our Brooklyn based festival to the U.S. featuring more than 15 Afro-punk bands, artists, and BMX bike riders. Follow our city-by-city experience with featured blogger and photographer, Whitney Summer, as she catches the shows, the bands, the fans, and all that good shit along the… Continue
Posted on November 30, 2009 at 8:00pm
If you didn't happen to catch the flashing posts all over the AP website, Afro-punk just completed its first ever U.S. music tour- bringing the Afro-punk music festival usually reserved for New Yorkers, to 20 cities across the U.S. and Canada. Thanks to our performing headliner, Saul Williams, who brought his high energy rock swag to every night's performance, and to the countless of other Afro-punk bands that joined us throughout New York to Los… Continue
Posted on November 17, 2009 at 8:00pm
Being on the road for almost a month, the Afro-punk band's were ready to jam in their final city for the tour, Vancouver, B.C. The bands packed up their gear and crossed the border into Canada, ready to close out the tour with a bang.
Upon arrival to Vancouver, the bands checked into the music venue, creatively called, The Venue, and got ready for the night's show. The Venue was decked out with a dope light setting behind the stage… Continue
Posted on November 16, 2009 at 8:00pm
Finishing out their last city in the U.S. before heading to Canada, the Afro-punk gang gathered up their belongings and took a quick flight to Seattle, Washington.
Continuing their travel explorations, the bands- headliner Saul Williams and his band, along with the guys from Krak Attack and Afro-punk production, traveled by plane and by limo bus to reach the city of Seattle. Seattle is known for being the birthplace of rock legend, Jimi… Continue