Prepare yourself for one of the biggest music festivals in Philadelphia as Jay Z?s 2016?Made in America Festival will showcase the grandest artists in the music industry today.
According to a report of Rolling Stone, the festival will be returning to Philadelphia on Labor Day. The event will be highlighted with the performances of Rihanna and Coldplay. Also included in the lists are award-winning artists like Chance the Rapper, Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz’s ColleGrove project, Grimes, A$AP Ferg, Jamie xx, and Martin Garrix.
Make sure to mark your calendar on September 3 and 4 and be available on both dates to witness a one of a kind music celebration. Other performers that are set to grace the event are Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, DJ Khaled, Bryson Tiller, “Panda” rapper Desiigner, Gary Clark Jr., Car Seat Headrest, DJ Mustard, Travis Scott, Lil Yachty, Bibi Bourelly, and Lil Uzi Vert.
The event will be taking place at the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. It should be noted that Coldplay and Rihanna are both associates of Jay Z. However, the two have not yet performed in the stage of Made in America Festival. The event is already on its fifth installment.
Meanwhile, the tickets for the 2016?Made in America Festival will be made available on June 27 so better save up your money to secure yourself at least one pass. Fortunately, all Tidal subscribers will be given an opportunity to purchase the two-day tickets earlier than anyone else, beginning on Wednesday. The selling of passes will start at 10 in the morning.
But if you don?t have resources to make it to the event, no need to drown yourself in tears as the show will livestream every performance in the festival on Tidal. This will be the second year that the livestreaming of the show will be available to the public.
It can be remembered that 2015 Made in America was led by Jay Z?s wife Beyonc? and The Weeknd, aside from the numbers of J. Cole, Meek Mill, Bassnectar, and Big Sean.
For further details, you can visit the website of Made in America. Catch all the latest stories about the forthcoming music festival only here at The Bitbag.