Broccoli City announced today that tickets to the 4th annual Broccoli City Festival have officially sold out just six weeks after releasing.
This year’s highly anticipated festival will take place on Saturday, April 30th at Gateway Pavilion DC and feature an explosive music roster that includes superstar headliners Future and Jhene Aiko along with The Internet, Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals, BJ the Chicago Kid, Sango of the Soulection collective, and more. Ticket capacity for the event was 12,000, including the expansion of the festival grounds due to popular demand.
CBS Radio will have opportunities for listeners to participate in on-air giveaways and promotions to win tickets to BC Fest and exclusive insider events. A limited number of free tickets are also available through the Power of One campaign where one general admission ticket can be earned by taking part in community service. Festival-goers can expect to enjoy a unique selection of interactive activations such as a full-service smoothie bar, pop-up market featuring eco-friendly vendors, fully stocked bars, live art installation led by No Kings DC, acupuncture and massages, and a restaurant park offering the city’s best cuisines in a friendly and relaxed setting.
“We’re really humbled by how quickly the festival sold out and are extremely grateful to both the community and our partners, Toyota Green, Pepsi, Lyft and CBS Radio for the continued support,” said Broccoli City co-founder Marcus Allen. Since our debut four years ago, BC Fest has been considered the underdog festival in DC because of our uncommon approach that blends pop culture with health and sustainability. The organic growth of BC Fest from 5,000 attendees to 12,000 is a true testament to our team’s hard work and dedication to our continual growth. BC Fest will take place from noon to 10 p.m., rain or shine. For additional information, please visit BCFestival.com.
© 2016, Niyah Nel. All rights reserved.