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Brenda Reyes

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All Things Go Music Festival 2021: Photos

All Things Go Music Festival returned on October 16th All Things Go Music Festival moved to Merriweather Post Pavilion in 2021. The festival continues to bill a majority of all-women lineup, which was highlighted with headlining sets by HAIM, Charli XCX, and St. Vincent. This year’s event expanded to two stages with 16 artist performances....

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Broccoli City Festival returns with thrilling 2021 lineup

Broccoli City Fest returns October 2nd: Tickets After postponing for a year due to COVID-19 precautions, tickets are on sale now for the return of D.C.’s Broccoli City Festival! It feels like forever since I attended this amazing festival in 2019, but after seeing the lineup and details of what organizers have planned, I seriously cannot wait for this year....

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Broccoli City 2020: See the Lineup + Ticket Waitlist

Broccoli City returns to RFK on May 9th: Waitlist Broccoli City Festival returns to RFK Campus on Saturday, May 9th, 2020 for its eighth year.  The line-up features DaBaby, Roddy Ricch, Megan Thee Stallion, Burna Boy, Ari Lennox, Doja Cat, Lucky Daye, IDK, and Soulection.   Broccoli City Festival attendees will experience improved entry lanes,...

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Broccoli City Festival 2019

REVIEW: Broccoli City Festival 2019 [PHOTOS]

Broccoli City Festival 2019 returned to FedEx Field for its 7th year on April 26-27 This year’s festival garnered an impressive line-up of acts, including Childish Gambino, Lil Wayne, 6LACK, Teyana Taylor, Ella Mai, Lil Baby, City Girls, and DMV’s very own New Impressionz, Adé, and YBN Cordae. The festival also dedicated a significant portion of the weekend...

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Review: ¿Tèo? @ U Street Music Hall — 04/05/19 [PHOTOS]

¿Teo?’s self-titled debut album is available now On Friday, Mateo Arias, better known as ¿Teo?, took the stage at U Street Music Hall on the second stop of his first solo tour. He exploded onto the stage with his band and his hardcore fans were super excited to see him.   Released in September, ¿Teo?‘s self-titled...

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