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Made In America festival is ready for L.A. and Labor Day weekend

Jay-Z makes an announcement Los Angeles will participate in Made In American Festival
Jay-Z makes an announcement Los Angeles will participate in Made In American Festival
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Made In America has finally made its way to Los Angeles and it’s about time. Days away from Budweiser’s Made In America Music Festival and more than 50, 000 people are expected to migrate south for this exciting event at Grand Park.

Created three years ago by hip-hop mogul Jay-Z, the festival has consecutively taken place in Philadelphia. With assistance from Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, the Live Nation promoted concert will now run simultaneously on both coasts this Labor Day weekend, Aug. 30-31.

Indie, pop, rock, and hip-hop artists from across the nation will travel to give electric performances. Check out the exciting line-up here.

Saturday, August 30: Kendrick Lamar, Imagine Dragons, Afrojack, Gareth Emery, Sublime With Rome, Wolfgang Gartner, DVBBS, Iggy Azalea, Capital Cities, Metric, Will Sparks, YG, ZZ Ward, A Tribe Called Red, X AMBASSADORS, Wax Motif, Dr. Dog, Hit-Boy, DJ Mustard and Grits & Biscuits

Sunday, August 31: Kanye West, John Mayer, Steve Aoki, Weezer, Rise Against, Chance The Rapper, 12th Planet, Nipsey Hussle, Borgore, Juanes, R3hab, Yellow Claw, Cypress Hill, Classixx, SZA, Terraplane Sun, Rita Ora, Cut Snake, Scavenger Hunt, Grandtheft, DJ Mustard and Grits & Biscuits

Tickets are still available. Prices for a single day pass start at $65 and two-day passes sale for $200. Purchase tickets through and Live Nation.

Close the summer with this highly anticipated and inaugural LA music festival.

Will you be there? If not, both and got you covered. Check here for exclusive interviews, reviews, and photos.

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