After Broccoli City announced its 2022 lineup, Wale shared with his Twitter followers that he's no longer on the bill but it appears things are back on track.
Broccoli City 2020 might be the best ticket in town, thanks in part to its stacked lineup.
The annual Broccoli City Music Festival is one of the hottest tickets in Washington, D.C., and this year will prove no different. This April, Cardi B, Migos, Miguel and many other developing music acts will grace the stages of the popular event which also serves to raise awareness on protecting the environment and health practices.
Victory lap. The sweet smell of success was in the air on Saturday, April 30, in Washington D.C., as the commonwealth hosted the fourth annual Broccoli City Fest – an event that uses Hip-Hop as a conduit to promote environmental sustainability, health education, and physical activity.
The lineup for the 4th annual Broccoli City Festival in Washington, D.C. was announced earlier today (Feb. 3) and might become the hottest ticket around. Headling the event will be Down South fave Future and West Coast songstress Jhené Aiko, along with several rising stars of music.
Saturday, April 19, Hip-Hop Wired traveled to Washington D.C. to see if the hubbub surrounding the second annual Broccoli City Festival was warranted. But before we get into the experience, it’s important to understand that the cause behind the concert is much grander than the event itself.
Hip-Hop is going green. In celebration of Earth Day earlier in the week, Big K.R.I.T. performed at the inaugural Broccoli City Fest held at the Washington D.C. Fairgrounds Monday (April 21).