Jay-Z’s ‘Made in America’ Line-Up

Check out the star-studded line-up of artists who will perform on the Ben Franklin Parkway during the Budweiser Made in America Festival on Labor Day Weekend.

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Jay-Z made an announcement that surprised all of Philly. On May 14, on the steps of the Art Museum, he announced his Made in America Festival which will take over the Parkway Labor Day weekend.

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Shawn Carter a.k.a. Jay-Z will headline the first day of Made in America.
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Eddie Vedder and the rest of Pearl Jam are Sunday's main act.
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After being announced and then unannounced, Drake's name is in fine print in the line-up. He will be performing on Sunday.
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Run DMC will hit the stage on Sunday. This will be the first time the group will perform together since their longtime DJ, Jam Master Jay, was murdered in 2002.
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Philly's own Jill Scott will perform on Sunday.
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Fellow Philly-native Meek Mill will join the rest of the Maybach Music Group (Rick Ross & Wale) on Saturday.
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Santigold of Mt. Airy will perform at Sunday.
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Janelle Monae will sing on stage on the first day of the festival.
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Electronic music producer Skrillex will get on the turntables on Saturday.
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Soundgarden and Audioslave frontman Chris Cornell was scheduled to perform on Sunday, but announced via Twitter overnight Tuesday that was canceling.
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Latin pop artist Prince Royce is slated to play Saturday.
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D'Angelo will make an appearance in Philly on Saturday as he continues to resurrect his career.
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Andrew Wyatt and the rest of Mike Snow bring electro-rock to the stage Saturday.
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The British R&B and pop star <a href="Rita Ora will perform Sunday.
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Calvin Harris will bring his talents from Scotland to join Jay-Z and the rest of the performers on Saturday.
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Tyler the Creator and the rest of Odd Future will be performing on Sunday.
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Passion Pit will rock the stage on Saturday.
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Gary Clark Jr. will bring his mixture of rock, soul and blues music to the stage when he performs on Saturday.
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Dirty Projectors will take part in the festivities on Saturday.
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DJ Afrojack will get folks dancing Sunday.
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Alesso, the Swedish DJ and electronic dance music producer, brings an amazing display to Philly for the last day of the music festival.
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The Hives will also take stage for the event on Sunday.
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John Doe and Exene Cervenka along with the rest of the American band "X" will perform at the concert Sunday night.
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American music producer DJ Shadow will be behind the turntables Sunday.
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Electronic duo The Knocks will mix it up on Sunday night.
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Other artists that will perform on Saturday are Michael Woods, Otto Knows, Nicky Romero and Savoy. Betatraxx and Burns will hit the stage on Sunday, too.
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Jay-Z a.k.a. Hova and all of the other artists will make the Made in America Festival something you're not going to want to miss. Tickets for the event are on sale now.
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