Another successful festival for Broccoli City is in the books! See the action-packed day filled with art, fitness and performances from headliners Cardi B, Migos, Miguel and more in the nation's capital.
Broccoli City is an organization that builds thriving urban communities while also bringing awareness of leading a more healthy and sustainable lifestyle to our youth in need.
This year's lineup included Miguel, Rich The Kid, H.E.R, Daniel Caesar, Cardi B, local artist Lightshow and more. But the crowd went wild when rap group Migos finally took the stage to close out the show.
Cardi B's performance in D.C. was a special treat. This was her last time taking the stage before the 25-year-old Bronx rapper becomes a first-time mom this summer.
Cardi B announced her pregnancy with Migos member and fiancé Offset earlier this month during her appearance on
"Saturday Night Live."
The love was real for Cardi B.
Sasha Obama joined in on the festival fun and met Cardi B and Offset too!
Events leading up to the festival included a 5K run, two-day conference, community cleanups and more.
Broccoli City partnered with Toyota Green for a day of gardening the week of the festival.
The sold-out two-day conference included speakers from in all various industries such as tech, entrepreneurship, philanthropy, personal development, sports, entertainment and more.
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See more highlights from the second annual conference
D.C. artist Lightshow lit up the stage with his daytime performance.
This year was Broccoli City's biggest yet, with nearly 34,000 attendees.
Miguel most definitely brought the magic to the stage with his performance.
Another view of the Miguel magic.
Malcolm Xavier kept the energy high in between sets.
Did you attend? Tag your squad with
H.E.R. this weekend.
And the weather couldn't have been any better!
Ferris wheel festival views.
H.E.R joined Daniel Caesar on stage to perform their hit song "Best Part."
DMV Followers creator Matt Talley spotted in the Broccoli City marketplace at his "Digging Through The Crates" area. Talley and his Connecting Cool team held another packed event during Broccoli City week. Attendees were able dig through crates and pick their favorite classic hip-hop albums on vinyl for a DJ to play.
Nothing better than having friends who make sure you get the perfect pic.
California rapper Nipsey Hussle couldn't leave the stage before sharing his opinion on Kanye's latest viral photo in a President Donald Trump
MAGA hat. See here.
Artists Rae Sremmurd—the stars behind the hit song "Black Beatles," Future, Jhene Aiko, The Internet, Erykah Badu, 21 Savage, Chaz French and more have taken the stage in the past years.
Local artists were able to showcase their talents live all day long. There were plenty of
Instagram photo-worthy murals for your feed.
"Creativity takes courage.”- Henri Matisse
Nothing but big, bright smiles all day!
We are one.
Broccoli City can be compared to a millennial playground for festivalgoers.
One of the most epic moments of this year's festival. Congrats to these two!