Watch the majority of Broccoli City Fest in under one minute. Broccoli City is becoming a staple musical experience in D.C., and this year’s lineup of BJ The Chicago Kid, Anderson .Paak, Jhene Aiko, and Future, (two of whom aren’t shown because of the untimely removal of all press from the photo pit, sorry, I digress) the organically-friendly, cleaner lifestyle-centric celebration of music, brands, food, and ultimately people, grows exponentially year to year. Two stages, food trucks, pop-up thrift shops, live art, (one of which was a tribute mural of Prince that was beautifully done on location) and seemingly an amalgam of activities are all elements of what make BC great. Broccoli City is a much an eye-opening social gathering of like minded, individually passionate people as it is a music fest. An exciting landscape that affords people the outlet to let loose, all while bringing attention to small business, up and coming creatives, and the promotion of a more pure lifestyle. All while bringing awareness to food insecurity across the country. While the video only captures performances from BJ The Chicago Kid and Anderson .Paak, (two of the more talented crooners and entertainers alike, and like I previously mentioned, we were moved from the photo pit) the true experience seemed to be in the collective group and tangible surroundings; a vast market of innovation, creativity, and positivity rolled into one. Guests like Sway Calloway, Elliot Wilson, and others brought fan fare to the event, demonstrating it’s ever-evolving presence as a major production year after year. Each time around the festival seems to eclipse it’s numbers from the previous times. As the lineup’s get stronger and stronger, Broccoli City Fest is a solace for personal interaction, a warming vibe, and some of the best music in existence. Watch above as we take you through some of the higher points of BC in just under a minute. That’s right, one minute.
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