Childish Gambino & Lil Wayne Lead the Charge for This Year's Broccoli City Weekend

Plus a Trap Karaoke function.

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Broccoli City’s weekend festival is heading back to Washington D.C. with a new batch of your favorite musicians. This year the function will be lead by Childish Gambino – who is also performing at Coachella and Bonnaroo – and Lil Wayne. Earlier today its 2019 lineup was revealed with 6lack, Ella Mai, Lil Baby, Teyana Taylor, Gunna, the City Girls and more to complement its leaders. In addition, Trap Karaoke will serve as a preview to the weekend and will feature the likes of Trippie Redd and OG Chase B.

This year’s Broccoli City festival will take place on April 26-27 at FedEx Field in Washington, D.C. Tickets are currently available with pre-sale tickets ranging from $90 to $150 USD and festival tickets from $100 USD to $500 USD. All ticket options – including Broccoli Con options – can be purchased online vi BCFestival.com.

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