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Tyler, The Creator’s Camp Flog Gnaw is Back With An Impressive Line-up

Part carnival, part music festival, Tyler, The Creator’s Camp Flog Gnaw has become the highlight of LA’s summer music scene since its inception in 2012. What started out as something of an experiment, a childhood dream of Tyler’s has turned into an annual event whose past performers have included ScHoolboy Q, Vince Staples, and Snoop…

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Join Saint Heron For An Exclusive Cultural Series at FORM Arcosanti

Hot on the heels on of our Afropunk stage announcement, we’re happy to announce that we’ll be debuting our Saint Heron House cultural series at this year’s FORM Arcosanti. Join us in Arizona for The Secret Life of Plants installation, a special panel discussion edition of Roll Back, Say That, and a Soul Cleansing Jam…

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Tyler, The Creator Announces Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival 2016 Lineup

Tyler, The Creator has made festival history with his alternative hip-hop carnival, Camp Flog Gnaw. With artists like Snoop Dogg and A$AP Rocky taking over the Los Angeles campgrounds last year, this year’s lineup is even more exciting. The festival will take place at Exposition Park in Los Angeles, California November 12th-13th. A$AP Rocky will…

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Kid Cudi To Headline 2016’s Trillectro Music Festival

Trillectro Music Festival is back for its 5th year with an awesome lineup. Kid Cudi is the headlining artist, but you can also expect performances from Rae Sremmurd, Lil Uzi Vert, GoldLink, Jay IDK, Cousin Stizz and more. Hosted by YesJulz, the festival will be held in Columbia, Maryland on August 27th at the Merriweather…

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Afropunk Atlanta Canceled Due to Hurricane Joaquin

Afropunk has become something of a safe haven to alternative Black kids. Which is why it’s understandable that fans are upset over the very first Afropunk Atlanta being canceled. Afropunk has released a statement to clarify the issue: “Site operations and building have been greatly impeded due to heavy rains throughout the week with more…

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