Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Dates announced for Jay-Z's Made in America Festival

This Labor Day weekend will once again welcome in some of the best acts in music.

Dates announced for Jay-Z's Made in America Festival


After last year's successful inaugural Made in America festival, Jay-Z's baby is back for another run. From August 31st - September 1st, the Benjamin Franklin Parkway will once again play host to some of the greatest music acts.

The line-up will be announced this Wednesday, April 10th at 12 p.m. EST via Spotify. You can also subscribe to the official Made in America playlist.

Check out all of our coverage from last year's Made in America

Made in America 2013

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