TV On The Radio, Public Enemy for Roots Picnic

The Black Keys, Santigold also top the bill

TV On The Radio, Public Enemy for Roots Picnic
TV On The Radio, Public Enemy, The Black Keys and Santigold are set to headline this year's Roots Picnic in Philadelphia in June.

The annual event, which is curated by The Roots, is set to take place on June 6 at the Festival Pier. Public Enemy are set to play their landmark album 'It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back' in its entirety, reports Billboard. The Roots will perform two sets at the picnic.

Also on the bill are The Pipes, featuring Zoe Kravitz and Busdriver, as well as Busdriver on his own. DJs Cash Money and Jazzy Jeff are set to spin tunes in between sets.

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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