Broccoli City returns to D.C. celebrating music, culture & sustainability

Broccoli City returns to D.C.  celebrating music, culture & sustainability

Washington, D.C. is set to come alive once again this summer as one of the most highly anticipated music festivals, Broccoli City, makes its grand return. Taking place in the heart of the nation’s capital, this festival has become a staple event for music lovers and cultural enthusiasts alike. With its unique blend of music, art, and sustainability, Broccoli City promises an unforgettable experience for attendees.

Get ready to mark your calendars because Broccoli City is all set to kick off in July!

Now in its 10th year, Broccoli City has grown to become one of the premier music festivals in the region, attracting thousands of music fans from near and far. Known for its vibrant atmosphere and diverse lineup, the festival showcases a range of genres, including hip hop, R&B, electronic, and more. From established headliners to emerging artists, Broccoli City is committed to curating a lineup that will keep you dancing and singing along from start to finish.

But Broccoli City isn’t just about music. The festival goes beyond entertainment to embrace a mission of sustainability and environmental consciousness. By integrating green initiatives into every aspect of the event, Broccoli City aims to inspire attendees to make positive changes for our planet. From implementing recycling programs to promoting renewable energy sources, this festival is dedicated to reducing its environmental impact and raising awareness about important social issues. Creators Brandon McEachern, Marcus Allen, Darryl Perkins, and Jermon Williams brought the festival to D.C. to promote environmental change in African American communities.

They made it possible to get a ticket for free if you were able to complete tasks and volunteer your time. 

In addition to the music and sustainability focus, Broccoli City offers a diverse range of activities and attractions for attendees to enjoy. From interactive art installations and live murals to wellness activations and local food vendors, there’s something for everyone to explore. Experience the vibrant culture of Washington, D.C. through the lens of art, food, and community engagement, all while grooving to the infectious beats of your favorite artists.

Broccoli City Music Festival will be taking place on July 15 and 16th at RFK Stadium. The lineup has been announced and looks amazing!  Past editions have featured renowned artists such as Big K.R.I.T This year’s line up is filled with talent like LIL UZI VERT, Jazmine Sullivan and exciting up-and-coming talents like Glorilla and Ice Spice.

Whether you’re a local resident or planning a visit to the nation’s capital, Broccoli City is an event not to be missed. It’s a chance to immerse yourself in the vibrant African American culture, music, and sustainability movement that defines the festival. Get ready to dance, connect with like-minded individuals, and be part of a movement that aims to make a difference.

Tickets for Broccoli City Music Festival are on sale now, and various options will be available to cater to different preferences and budgets. Most tiers are sold out, so get your tickets while you can. Check out to the official Broccoli City website and social media channels for updates and announcements regarding ticket sales, lineups, and additional festival details.

In just a few days, thousands of music and sustainability enthusiasts in Washington, D.C. will gather for an unforgettable experience at the Broccoli City Music Festival. If you’re lucky enough to be one of the ticket holders, be sure to get ready to celebrate the power of music, the beauty of art, and the importance of sustainability. See you there!

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