Lil Uzi Vert, Kodak BlackandGloRilla are just some of the names that'll be leading the way for Hip Hop at the 2023 Broccoli City Festival.
GloRilla are just some of the names thatll be leading the way for Hip Hop at the 2023 Broccoli City Festival On Wednesday (March 1), the festival announced the lineup for its 2023 edition. Some of the people joining Uzi, Yak and Big Glo for the two-day festival include City Girls , Ice Spice Mariah the Scientist Lola Brooke, Brent Faiyaz, Chloe Bailey, Coco Jones and more. The festival will take place July 15-16 at Washington D.C.s RFK Stadium Festival Grounds, and general admission tickets, along with VIP options, will be on sale Friday (March 3) at 10 a.m. ET via the festivals official website This years lineup continues our tradition of celebrating culture in the DMV, both nationally and locally. We want to continue highlighting those who continue to play a role in driving progress in Black communities, Brandon McEachern, co-founder of Broccoli City Festival, said in a statement. He added: Our goal is to always create a dope cultural experience and highlight a diverse group of artists who are taking Black music to new heights, and Im proud of how its come together. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Broccoli City (@broccolicity) The Broccoli City Festival has been going strong since the first one back in 2013. According to the festivals website, Broccoli City Festival fosters creativity and community growth by building innovative experiences that intersect technology, music, art, and social impact. Over the years, acts such as Migos, Cardi B, Camron, Future, Jhen Aiko, Childish Gambino, Lil Wayne, Lil Baby and more have performed at the show. Last years lineup included 21 Savage, Ari Lennox, Lil Durk, Summer Walker, Jeezy, Gunna, Wizkid and more. Wale was originally scheduled to perform but removed himself from the lineup . Fans believed it had something to do with him not performing as a headliner and claimed he was being too full of himself. He took to Twitter to say he was pullin out of the event, and when a fan asked what the reason was, the rapper said: Respect is why, and revealed his decision had nothing to do with him not headlining.