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Festivals Are Back In: Jay-Z’s Made In America Festival Returns This September



LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – JANUARY 25: Jay-Z attends 2020 Roc Nation THE BRUNCH on January 25, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Roc Nation)

Philadelphia is ready to rock and roll this September as ‘Rock & Roll’ Hall Of Fame inductee Jay-Z is bringing his two-day Made In America Festival back for it’s tenth edition this Labor Day weekend starting on Saturday, September 4th and ending Sunday, May 5th. For those who are wondering who will be on this year’s lineup, it’s said that the performers will be announced soon. Early bird tickets are available for purchase here.

This isn’t the first festival making it’s way back into society as Rolling Loud: Miami is set to return July 23rd-July 25th. The Made In America twitter account broke the news earlier this morning with fans going crazy and excited to be back outside.

This event will be produced by Roc Nation and Live Nation, with ACLU of Pennsylvania as the official charity partner. A portion of the net proceeds will also support The REFORM Alliance, according to the news release.

Looks like this week continues to be big for the 4:44 rapper as his marijuana company secured a partnership deal to produce 900,000 pounds of marijuana and is set to appear on DMX’s upcoming posthumous album set to release this Friday.