Jay Z Is Bringing His Made in America Festival to the West Coast, While Still Keeping It In Philly

By Shannon Carlin

Jay Z is taking his Made in America Festival bi-coastal.

Jay’s two-day festival will take place in L.A.’s Grand Park during Labor Day weekend, while also taking place in Philadelphia, where it’s been held since its debut in 2012.

Two-day passes for the simultaneous festival– taking place on Aug. 30 and 31– are already on sale. Tickets for the L.A. version of the festival are listed at $125, while Philly’s 2-day passes are a tad bit cheaper at $99.50.

According to Rolling Stone, the festival is slated to be the first to run simultaneously on two different coasts.

Lineups for either festival have yet to be announced.

For the past two years, Made in America has featured a wide range of artists that has included Nine Inch NailsBeyoncé, Imagine Dragons, Pearl Jam, Run DMC, HAIM and HOV himself.

Related: Coachella 2014, Day 2: Muse Rocks Out, While Pharrell Gets By with a Little Help from His Friends

Apparently, Jay’s got lots of things in the pipeline for this summer. According to New York Post’s Page SixJay and his wife, Beyoncé are gearing up to announce a 20-stadium U.S. tour that will start in late June. It’s rumored that they’ll also be performing in New York on the Fourth of July.

Click here for a link to a video, courtesy of CBS Los Angeles, of the press conference.


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