Jay Z will make Los Angeles a host city for the “Made In America.” No word on if Philadelphia will still host but LA will be one of the host cities. Jay Z and Budweiser are reportedly set to announce the move for this year’s festival to the West Coast with Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and other city officials. Jay has held the first two festivals in Philly.
No word on if Philly will still be a host city. We will see
Update: The festival will take place in LA and Philly over Labor Day weekend as tweeted by Steve Stoute’s and Jay Z’s agency Translation’s twitter account.
— Translation (@PulseofCulture) April 16, 2014
Shawn “JAY Z” Carter, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, Live Nation CEO Michael Rapino, Budweiserand United Way of Greater Los Angeles are bringing the spirit of “Budweiser Made In America,” to Los Angeles during the 2014 Labor Day weekend.
The two-day music festival began in Philadelphia on Labor Day weekend 2012 to benefit United Way of Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey and United Way of Lancaster County, and this year will deliver twice the amount of music. Live Nation will produce both the Philadelphia and Los Angeles two-day music festivals, delivering must-see performances on both coasts. Details and lineups for both festival locations will be announced at a later date.
Budweiser Made In America will be the first American festival to run simultaneously on both coasts. Performances from both Budweiser Made In America sites will be available for fans to view with live-streaming.
To purchase tickets for Budweiser Made In America 2014, visit the official site here.