Within an hour of revealing the line-up for the Philadelphia edition of the Made in America Festival, organizers have revealed the line-up for the Los Angeles date which will take place the day after Philly.
The inagural Los Angeles edition of the festival, which will turn three this year, will include Kendrick Lamar, Chance the Rapper, ScHoolboy Q, Weezer, Rise Against, John Mayer, Imagine Dragons, Sublime with Rome, Cypress Hill, Metric, and Juanes. Also playing are Afrojack, Wolfgang Gartner, Dr. Dog, Ab-Soul, Jay Rock, Isaiah Rashad, SZA, Hit-Boy, Classixx, Nipsey Hussle, Rita Ora, ZZ Ward, DJ Mustard, Capital Cities, Borgore, YG, 12th Planet, Mute Math, and A Tribe Called Red, and others.
While the Philadelphia version of the show will take place at the Ben Franklin Parkway, the Los Angeles one will take place on the steps of city hall and the surrounding area of Grand Park. For those not keep tabs on the festival this year, Jay-Z had announced plans to make it a bi-coastal event having one day on the east coast and the immediate next day, it happen on the west coast.
Check out the full flyer of artists for L.A. below.
Tickets for both events are currently on sale, and if we have seen in the past with other music festivals, if you don’t get your ticket right now, chances are you’ll miss out. Head on over to the Made in America website for more information.