Wakanda Comes To Brooklyn As ‘Crown Wakanda’ Celebrates ‘Black Panther’ Advanced Screening
See Marvel’s Black Panther before everyone else on Feb. 15 at Brooklyn’s Alamo Drafthouse Cinema.
Experience a one-of-a-kind event as FanBros, the Brooklyn chapter of the NAACP, Black Girl Nerds, Universal Fan Con and BLERDSMeet kick off an advanced screening of Marvel Studios’ Black Panther. Taking place at the Alamo Drafthouse Theater in Downtown Brooklyn on Feb. 15, #CrownWakanda is not only a chance to see T’Challa do his thing before anyone else, but also celebrates the beautiful blackness, rareness and creativity of the African diaspora.
Audiences who purchase tickets (or has a connect to get in) will be a part of an immersive experience that allows you to be a part of the world of Wakanda. Theatergoers are encouraged to dress up in their best Wakandan wares and showcase the regality of black pride. With an aesthetic to make you feel like you’re actually in Wakanda, #CrownWakanda will have a red carpet for you to stunt your style and a specialty drink and dinner menu will be served for the screening.
The following day, Friday, Feb. 16, there will also be a special free screening for disadvantaged youth from the surrounding Brooklyn community. The youth screening will feature cosplayers, free refreshments, and educational messaging from the NAACP.
So, if you’re ready to suit up and be a part of the Wakandan royalty, gear up and get your tickets so you can embrace your inner-Black Panther. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit: crownwakanda.eventbrite.com.
See the full event details below:
Date: Thursday, February 15th
6:00 – 7:00 p.m.: Pre-show
7:00 – 9:45 p.m.: Screening
9:45 – 10:00 p.m.: Post Show & Closing