Made In America Festival
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The Budweiser Made in America Festival has announced two new additions to the LA lineup: Kanye West (who will also be performing in Philadelphia) along with Iggy Azalea.
Los Angeles’ Made In America Festival Lineup: Imagine Dragons, Rise Against, Weezer, Sublime With Rome, Capital Cities
The Los Angeles Made In America Festival lineup has been announced, featuring Imagine Dragons, Rise Against, Weezer, Sublime With Rome, Metric, Capital Cities, Cypress Hill and more August 30 & 31 at LA Grand Park. Tickets on sale now!
Shawn “Jay Z” Carter is bringing his Made in America music festival to Los Angeles on Labor Day weekend.
Like Public Enemy, who played the Rocky stage the prior day, NIN did not fit into the #YOLO vibe, which means that a fair portion of the didn’t know what to do with their music.
“Sometimes it seems popular to hate on America, but I love this country,” said Imagine Dragons’ Dan Reynolds Saturday from the stage at from Philly’s Made In America Festival. They, along with an all-star roster showed off how we do it in the good ‘ol U.S. of A.
Nine Inch Nails and Beyonce will be headlining Jay-Z‘s second annual Made in America festival, to be held August 31st and September 1st at Philadelphia’s Benjamin Franklin Parkway, the rap mogul announced Wednesday (April 10). […]
Other than Jay-Z’s own performance Saturday night, the only other time he grabbed a microphone was when he joined Pearl Jam on stage towards the end of their set for a rousing mashup of their “W.M.A.” and his “99 Problems.” But there were many great performances before that incredible collaboration.
Throughout the weekend of Made In America, speculation ran high that Jay-Z, the public face of the festival, would join other artists on stage during their performances. But he waited for the event’s last fifteen minutes to actually do so when he joined co-headliners Pearl Jam towards the end of their set.