Rumors of Jay-Z and Beyoncé going out on tour might have been a little pre-meditated, but there is good news coming from Jay-Z’s team; his Budweiser Made in America Festival will once again be coming back, but this time it will be happening on two different coasts.
Today, HOV held a press conference in which he announced the plans to bring back the two-day festival, but unlike last year, the show will be held in two cities. One of the locations will be thee same place it was held last year, Philadelphia, while it was announced that the new location will be downtown Los Angeles.
The music mogul, along with the city’s mayor made the announcement today at City Hall that the festival in Los Angeles would run simultaneously with the one in Philadelphia which will take place during Labor Day weekend. According to reports, about 50,000 concertgoers are estimated to attend the downtown show. At the time of the announcement, no performers had been revealed,
Maybe this is where the Jay-Z Beyoncé rumor might have stemmed from. Early bird tickets for both events are currently on sale while the line-up will be revealed sometime soon.
The only concern the Los Angeles City Council is concern about is that the two-day festival, and the concertgoers, would be disruptive to the downtown residents.
It’s Los Angeles guys and you aren’t the only city to deal with concerts disturbing residents.