With Made In America behind him, Jay-Z adds a Philly show

Jay-Z performing during the Made in America festival on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway.

Did you miss your chance to stand in the mud with 61,000 other Budweiser Made in America attendees and see Jay-Z close out the sixth annual version of his Philadelphia festival on Sunday night? (If so, read all about it here.)

Or maybe even better, go see him Dec. 1 at the Wells Fargo Center. In July, the rapper born Shawn Carter announced a full-scale North America arena tour in support of his new album, 4:44. After a few more festival dates, the tour begins in earnest on Oct. 27 in Anaheim, Calif. But until Thursday, there was one glaring omission on that itinerary: No Philly show!

Now with Made in America in the rearview mirror, the danger of a later arena date cannibalizing the fest’s ticket sales is gone, and, predictably, a proper Philadelphia show has been announced. General public tickets go on sale at noon Sept. 15 at LiveNation.com, though there’s also a presale that starts at 10 a.m. Monday for Citi credit card holders only.