Last year, Broccoli City launched the first urban Earth Day celebration in D.C. with its Broccoli City Festival. This year, it returns with an enhanced lineup, as the lifestyle group continues to plant the seeds of its sustainability message on both coasts. 

That's correct—Broccoli City festival will take place in D.C. and L.A. on Apr. 19 and May 3, respectively. The lineup includes Cam'ron, Just Blaze, JMSN, Dizzy Wright, Chuck Inglish and more, plus Broccoli City promises that another batch of performers will be announced as the dates approach. 

In addition to the musical performances, there will be art, yoga and fitness instruction, food vendors, a pop-up marketplace and a body wellness center. 

Once again, the event will be hosted by Va$htie and Rock Creek Social Club, with Nate Poetics and Eazee Street lending a hand this year. The D.C. venue is St. Elizabeths East Gateway Pavillion (1100 Alabama Ave. SE), while the L.A. function will beheld at L.A. Mart (1933 Broadway). The all ages festival begins at noon, rain or shine. Tickets, which are $29 for general admission and $45 for V.I.P., are available here.

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