Budweiser Made in America Festival to Expand to Los Angeles in 2014
Jay Z at All Points West by Oliver Correa
Los Angeles, California -- Budweiser's Made in America festival has announced that in 2014, it will host not only its original Philadelphia event but also a second two-day concert in Los Angeles located at L.A. Grand Park. The promoters claim that this is the first American festival to "run simultaneously on both coasts."
Made in America was founded by rapper and entrepreneur Jay Z and made its debut Labor Day weekend of 2012. The festival has featured three stages at the Ben Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia. Last year's headliners included Beyoncé, Nine Inch Nails, Queens of the Stone Age, and Deadmau5.
The festival also announced that presale tickets are available with Philadelphia passes starting at $99.50 and Los Angeles Passes starting at $125.00 for this year's Labor Day concerts. If you're thinking about heading to Philly for the 2014 edition, check out our Made In America Festival Guide for the best spots to eat, sleep, shop, party, and explore around the city.
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