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The Roots host Kid Cudi and De La Soul for summer "Picnic" in Philadelphia

Kid Cudi and hip-hop icons De La Soul are among the high-profile music acts set to play at the 5th annual Roots Picnic, which is hosted each year by Grammy-winning artists The Roots in their hometown of Philadelphia. // Tour dates at SoundSpike

Kid Cudi and hip-hop icons De La Soul are among the high-profile music acts set to play at the 5th annual Roots Picnic, which is hosted each year by Grammy-winning artists The Roots in their hometown of Philadelphia.

This year's two-day music festival, slated for June 2-3 at the Festival Pier at Penn's Landing, will feature more than a dozen hip-hop, soul and electronica acts including Major Lazer, Wale, Danny Brown, James Murphy from LCD Soundsystem, Diplo and Chill Moody, among others. See below for the full lineup.

Tickets for the event are on sale now through Live Nation.

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Full Lineup:
The Roots
Kid Cudi
De La Soul
James Murphy
Wale
Major Lazer
Diplo
St. Vincent
The Tune-Yards
Danny Brown
Shabazz Palaces
Moosh & Twist
Flosstradamus
Stretch Armstrong
The Hood Internet
Star Slinger
Mr. MFN eXquire
Kids These Days
Chill Moody
DJ Diamond Kutz

 tour dates and tickets

This year's two-day music festival, slated for June 2-3 at the Festival Pier at Penn's Landing, will feature more than a dozen hip-hop, soul and electronica acts including Major Lazer, Wale, Danny Brown, James Murphy from LCD Soundsystem, Diplo and Chill Moody, among others. See below for the full lineup.

Tickets for the event are on sale now through Live Nation.

Full Lineup:
The Roots
Kid Cudi
De La Soul
James Murphy
Wale
Major Lazer
Diplo
St. Vincent
The Tune-Yards
Danny Brown
Shabazz Palaces
Moosh & Twist
Flosstradamus
Stretch Armstrong
The Hood Internet
Star Slinger
Mr. MFN eXquire
Kids These Days
Chill Moody
DJ Diamond Kutz

 tour dates and tickets

     

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