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Thursday, April 2, 2015

Willow and Jaden Smith Join @BroccoliCity Festival 2015 Line-Up with Erykah Badu

WASHINGTON – Broccoli City announced today that multi-talented stars Willow and Jaden Smith – daughter and son of Will and Jada Pinkett Smith – will be joining the 2015 Broccoli City Festival (BC Fest) line-up on Saturday, April 25th.

Held at Gateway DC from noon to 9 p.m., BC Fest is packed with cool activations including fresh food demos led by Whole Foods Market, a pop-up market featuring eco-friendly vendors, fully stocked bars, live art installations, fitness, a full-service organic juice bar, an acupuncture and massage center, and food trucks offering the city's best mobile cuisines. Grammy award winning superstar Erykah Badu will headline the festival, which includes performances from big name acts like Joey Bada$$, Kaytranada, Tink, Tiara Thomas, Kali Uchis and more.

Since debuting in 2013, BC Fest has continued a tradition of bringing together policy makers, business leaders, acclaimed musicians and community stakeholders to highlight solutions to environmental challenges.

“We’re super excited about Willow and Jaden joining such an incredible line-up of renowned artists performing at this year’s BC Fest,” said Broccoli City co-founder Brandon McEachern. “As we promise to do each and every year, BC Fest delivers a one-of-a-kind cultural experience that bridges the divide between environmental and urban communities.”

Partners and exhibitors of the 2015 Broccoli City Festival include the Toyota Green Initiative, Whole Foods Market, DC Department of Parks and Recreation, Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, DC Sustainable Energy Utility, WPGC/CBS Local, Square and Mass Appeal.

Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased at www.bcfestival.com, with VIP options available. BC Fest will commence rain or shine. 

About Broccoli City
Broccoli City Lifestyle Group is a social enterprise whose mission is to develop and implement innovative strategies for creating healthy and environmentally sustainable communities.

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