Public Enemy, John Legend to play Social Justice Music Festival

  /  07.15.2016

Presented by Harry Belafonte’s founded organization Sankofa.org, Public Enemy, John Legend, Common and more will play the inaugural “Many Rivers to Cross” Social Justice and Arts Festival this fall in Georgia.

Set to take place October 1-2 in Chattahoochee Hills, GA, the two-day event will feature a lineup of performances and activists that includes the above mentioned, along with Dave Matthews, Carlos Santana, Estelle, civil rights advocate/author Michelle Alexander, Dr. Cornel West, actor Danny Glover and more. According to Billboard, more names will be announced in the coming weeks, along with plans for a “Social Justice Village” that will be set up to foster discussion, share ideas and seek solutions concerning human rights issues. Tickets for the festival go on sale July 29.

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