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Afro Punk Festival in London enjoys 'Ting' experience

Published:Wednesday | July 26, 2017 | 12:00 AM
Willow Smith (daughter of Will and Jada Smith) performs at the Afro Punk Festival in London, held over the weekend.
Carla Hollingsworth, export marketing manager, Pepsi, hangs out with Jocelyn Cooper, one of the organisers of Afro Punk Festival held in Paris on July 16.
This lovely ladies chose to spend her time at the Ting Tiki Hut bar during the Afro Punk Festival in London, held over the weekend.
This lovely ladies chose to spend her time at the Ting Tiki Hut bar during the Afro Punk Festival in London over the weekend.
These guests are being served true Jamaican Ting cocktails inside the Ting Tiki Hut at the Afro Punk festival in London over the weekend.
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On a journey of uplifting the masses, Afro Punk invaded London last weekend (July 22 and 23) with an incredible line-up of emerging talent, feel-good music and groundbreaking icons.

Among the acts were Willow Smith, Corinne Bailey Rae and Lianne La Havas.

Jamaica's authentic grapefruit beverage, Ting, was on site, adding a taste of 'Jamaicaness' to the festival.

Ting's Tiki Hut Bar was the ultimate chill spot for patrons to play dominoes, cool out and enjoy Ting cocktails and 'mocktails', as well as the live performances.

Here are some of the highlights.