Erykah Badu, Joey Bada$$, Tink & More Headline 3nd Annual Broccoli City Festival


For the third year-in-a-row, Broccoli City will host its annual Earth Day festival in Washington, D.C.

This week, the healthy lifestyle organization unveiled a few of its main acts for the all-day event.

DJ Lo Down Loretta Brown b.k.a. Erykah Badu is scheduled to headline the performances, while Joey Bada$$, Tink, Kaytranada and Kali Uchis are also expected to hit the stage. More artists will be announced in the coming weeks.

Broccoli City Festival consists of a variety of activities that are aimed at highlighting accessible ways in which healthier and more environmentally sustainable lifestyles can be achieved.

In addition to the live musical performances, attendees will be able to participate in yoga, games, a 5k run and more fun fitness activities.

“We’re very excited about this year’s festival and look forward to commemorating the 45th anniversary of Earth Day with one of the most influential artist of our generation headlining,” said Broccoli City co-founder Brandon McEachern. “Every year our goal is to deliver BC Festival-goers with a line-up that’s unique to the BC Fest experience.”

Broccoli City Festival will be held at the Gateway Pavilion in Washington, D.C. on April 25 from 12:00pm-9:00pm. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased at


(March 8, 2015)  

UPDATE: Broccoli City has announced the full lineup for its forthcoming festival in Washington, D.C.

The organizers announced today (April 1) that multi-talented stars Willow and Jaden Smith – daughter and son of Will and Jada Pinkett Smith – will be joining the 2015 Broccoli City Festival  line-up. In addition to Willow and Jaden, Tiara Thomas, Lightshow, and DJ Money (Wale's DJ) have been added, as well.

“We’re super excited about Willow and Jaden joining such an incredible line-up of renowned artists performing at this year’s BC Fest,” said Broccoli City co-founder Brandon McEachern. “As we promise to do each and every year, BC Fest delivers a one-of-a-kind cultural experience that bridges the divide between environmental and urban communities.”

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