Jay-Z and Budweiser’s third annual Made in America Festival has officially kicked off in Philadelphia with a laundry list of artists slated to take the stage at the first of two show. Tomorrow, the festival will be heading across the country to Los Angeles for its inaugural show slated to take place on the steps of city hall and the surrounding area of Grand Park.
For those not able to make it to Philly or Los Angeles, there’s no need to fear because the festival will be broadcasting several of the performances for those unfortunate people. Funny enough, it’s becoming the norm for high profiled festivals to do this, which is a welcome reprise for those who can’t make it or afford it.
To watch the shows as they happen, all you need to do is click here and you will be taken to the Made in America Festival’s website where the live stream will populate the screen.
To keep up with who’s performing on which date, you can find the line-ups for both Philadelphia and Los Angeles at those links.