Broccoli City Festival is returning to Washington, D.C. this May with three of music’s brightest young artists set to headline. DaBaby, Megan Thee Stallion and Roddy Ricch have been announced as the festival’s mainstays, with Burna Boy, Dreamville‘s Ari Lennox, Doja Cat, IDK, Lucky Daye, Soulection co-founder Andre Power, ESTA., Sasha Marie and more joining the lineup.
On top of the stacked roster, the 2020 edition will boast the Broccoli World Carnival, selfie art activations, pop-up market place vendors, Club Broccoli, VIP lounges, and other sponsorship activations.
“As a black-owned, millennial-led festival, we take great pride in our ability to create safe and authentic spaces for the black community to gather and celebrate the beauty of our culture.” Brandon McEachern and Marcus Allen, founders of Broccoli City Festival, said to Billboard. “At a time like this, it’s imperative for us to protect these spaces and encourage one another to make their voices heard, which is why our return to Washington, D.C. is so important.”
Ticket selling begins January 24 starting at $79 USD for general admission. The 2020 Broccoli City Festival is set for May 7 — 9 at the Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium in Washington, D.C.
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