Broccoli City Festival 2016 will be on Saturday April 30 from 12pm-10pm. It will be held at St. Elizabeth East Gateway Pavilion in SE, Washington DC. This year's lineup includes Future, Jhene Aiko, The Internet, Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals, BJ The Chicago Kid and Sango. Talk about a great diverse selection of talented artists. There will be a variety of pop-up markets, food vendors, full bars and live art exhibition, led by No Kings DC.
Tickets go on SALE today https://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/1064407. If I was you, I would cop my tickets today before they are all gone.
BC Festival 2016 (information)
Date: Saturday April 30 (rain or shine)
Time: Doors open at 12pm Ends at 10pm
Location: St. Elizabeth East Gateway Pavilion
100 Alabama Ave SE
BC Festival 2015 RECAP: http://theshootfashion.com/1/post/2015/04/theshootfashion-recap-of-2015-broccoli-city-festival.html
Mission Goal: BC Festival engages in informing the world about healthy eating and persevering the planet. Now who wouldn't want to support a festival like that?!?
Broccoli City Festival was this past Saturday April 25 in DC. The festival was a great turn around. The food and drinks were great. There were all sorts of dope vendors. All the performers exceeded my expectations. Willow and Jaden Smith really got the crowd going. It was a nice surprise to see Jada Pinkett Smith come out and dance with her kids. Kaytranada played hits after hits. Joey BadA$$ is not only a great performer,but is a storyteller. Lastly but not least Erykah Badu blessed us with her present by also playing great hits and singing a little. Overall The Shoot Fashion LLC had a great time covering the festival and look forward to next year's lineup!
Special thanks to :
Co-founder: Brandon McEachern,
SVP communications: Jermon Williams
Media and Influencer Relations: Theresa Phan
and the rest of Broccoli City Festival team for allowing us to cover the festival.
Photo Via: TheShootFashion LLC
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