The Roots Picnic Is Coming to NYC With D’Angelo, Wu-Tang Clan, John Mayer, David Byrne, Nile Rodgers & More

The Roots Picnic will be landing at Bryant Park on October 1 & 2 to host its first-ever New York City installment.

The Roots Picnic is making its way to the Big Apple this fall for its first ever installment in New York City.

The festival—which has been taking place in Philadelphia for nine years and just hosted another successful blowout last weekend—will be landing at NYC’s Bryant Park on October 1 & 2.

The 2-day Roots Picnic NYC will include performances from The RootsD’Angelo, John Mayer, Wu-Tang Clan, David Byrne, Nile Rodgers, Swizz Beatz, Jeremih, Kevin Gates, Styles P, Freddie Gibbs, Royce da 5’9, Everyday People, EPMD and many, many more.

Watch a video above of Black Thought and Questlove impressively freestyling their way through the Roots Picnic NYC’s line-up above.

See the full line-up and all additional info in the flyer below and over at the Roots Picnic website.

Trust us, you won’t want to miss this one.

The Roots Picnic NYC flyer. Thumbnail image by Ashleigh-Reddy.

Image supplied by Azania Public

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