And on the first day of Black History Month in 2022, Broccoli City Festival announces its triumphant return to the DMV area.
Broccoli City is back and better after previously being canceled in the wake of COVID. Since the two-year hiatus, the music industry as a whole has been adjusting to the “new normal,” implementing various protocols and policies to help combat the ongoing pandemic.
This years’ star-studded lineup features a select number of performances from the likes of 21 Savage, Summer Walker, Ari Lennox, Lil Durk, Rico Nasty, Muni Long, Wizkid, Tems, Babyface Ray, Larry June and many more. From chart-topping hitmakers, to some of the most sought after newcomers in rap, Broccoli City Festival is slated to turn RFK Festival Grounds upside down for a two-day event unlike any other this spring.
The last Broccoli City Festival took place in 2019, headlined by Lil Wayne and Childish Gambino – alongside Wizkid, who was unable to make his scheduled performance at the last minute. That being said, festivalgoers can only speculate what the Nigerian superstar has planned for his return this year, especially with penning 2021’s song of the summer, “Essence.”
For tickets and more information, please visit bcfestival.com.