Jay Z's Made In America Festival has been going on for two years in Philadelphia, and this year it's coming to Los Angeles, too, set to take place in both cities simultaneously over Labor Day weekend (August 30-31). Tickets are on sale now for both.
If you have your pick of either one to attend, you can't go wrong. Kendrick Lamar will headline the LA festival, with Weezer, Metric, and Schoolboy Q set to join him there. In Philadelphia you'll get Kanye West as the headliner along with Kings of Leon, Pharrell, and The National.
Both lineups feature acts from many genres, an idea which Jay Z stressed at a press conference in LA as part of the festival's original goal. He feels that although genres tend to separate people, "It's all music, we just use different instruments."
Jay Z extended the festival's theme of inclusivity to accessibility in location, as well, saying that the festival will be right in the middle of LA rather than far away.
Check out Jay Z's speech and the complete festival lineups below.
Los Angeles Made In America Full Lineup
Sublime with Rome
Chance The Rapper
Grits & Biscuits
A Tribe Called Red
Philadelphia Made In America Full Lineup
Kings of Leon
City and Colour
De La Soul
Young & Sick
Sources: Rap Radar and Hot New Hip Hop