Subscribe to Mic Daily
We’ll send you a rundown of the top five stories every day

Barbadian pop star Rihanna and modern dad rock icons Coldplay will headline Philadelphia's fifth annual Budweiser Made in America Festival, according to an announcement Monday.

Hosted in Philadelphia's Benjamin Franklin Parkway over Labor Day weekend (Sept. 3 and Sept. 4), the festival will include sets from Kanye West's "best prodigy" Chance the Rapper, Grimes, Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz's ColleGrove project, ASAP Ferg, Jamie xx, DJ Khaled and more.

Screenshot of Made in America's interactive festival lineupSource: Made In America
Screenshot of Made in America's interactive festival lineup  Made In America

The second tier of artists is understandably hip-hop heavy — featuring talents such as Travis Scott, SZA, DJ Mustard, Desiigner and Kodak Black — as the festival was originally a brainchild of rapper and mogul Jay Z. However, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Gary Clark Jr. and Beyoncé-collaborator Kevin Garrett hold it down on the singer-songwriter front.

Subscribers to his Tidal service will get the first shot at tickets to see when two-day passes open for purchase 10 a.m. EST Wednesday. Those outside the Tidal family will get their shot June 27.

Check out the full lineup below and get more information on tickets via the Made in America website here.

Made in America full lineupSource: Made In America
Made in America full lineup  Made In America

Read more:
The Childish Gambino's 'Pharos' Album Experience — Everything You Need to Know
Tupac's Long-Awaited Biopic 'All Eyez on Me' Finally Gets Its First Trailer
7 LGBTQ Artists We Cannot Afford to Overlook In the Wake of Orlando