The glorious sights of Afropunk 2018

The annual celebration of black music and culture wrapped up its 13th year

The festival is now in its 13th year, celebrating black music, art and culture in downtown Brooklyn, New York, at Commodore Barry Park.

Kenneth O’Veal at Afropunk at Commodore Barry Park on Aug. 25. The venerable music, arts and culture festival was inspired by the 2003 documentary film Afropunk by James Spooner.

Austin, Texas-based band BLXPLTN performs at Afropunk on Aug. 25.

Designer Stephon “Steph” Mendoza poses for portraits at Afropunk.

Afropunk festival attendees at Commodore Barry Park.

Lead singer of the hardcore band THE FEVER 333 Jason Aalon Butler performs in the crowd Sunday, August 26.

St. Louis-born and Chicago-based rapper Smino at Afropunk.

Festival attendees lounge in the grass at Commodore Barry Park on Aug. 26.

Artist Sodi.ii at Afropunk in Commodore Barry Park in Brooklyn, New York.

Baltimore-based rapper and producer JPEGMAFIA poses for portraits before their set at Afropunk at Commodore Barry Park, Saturday, August 25, 2018.

Rapper Denzel Curry at Afropunk on Aug. 26.

Festival attendees pictured on Aug. 26.

The seven tenets of Afropunk on display on one of their four main stages: “No sexism, no racism, no ableism, no homophobia, no fatphobia, no transphobia, no hatefulness.”

A festival attendee wears a T-shirt bearing names of black women who were victims of police brutality.

Akua Shabaka at Afropunk on Aug. 26.

Artist Atiya Jones at her “My Black Is” installation.

British singer Mahalia.

Festival attendee with a flair for gold and white.

Lisa-Kaindé Diaz (left) and Naomi Diaz of the French musical duo Ibeyi.

Attendees throw up the black power fist during the final day of Afropunk 2018 on Aug. 26.

Danielle A. Scruggs is a photo editor for The Undefeated. She is a Chicago native and firmly believes no sports team will ever be as great as the Chicago Bulls during their three-peat eras.