The Made in America festival will return to Philadelphia in 2017 with a whole new lineup. Festival curator Jay Z will headline the summer festival along with J. Cole and The Chainsmokers. Made in America goes down Sept. 2-3 — Labor Day weekend — at Benjamin Franklin Parkway. Here's a look at the full list of performers announced Monday afternoon:
Besides headliners, other highlights among 2017 festival performers include Kaskade, Little Dragon, Run the Jewels, Migos and Solange. The festival's official schedule has not yet been released.
In 2015 and 2016, TIDAL offered a livestream of the Made in America festival to app subscribers. No official information has been shared when it comes to watching the events online, but it wouldn't be a surprise if TIDAL offered the same feature for 2017.
An exclusive ticket presale for TIDAL subscribers started at 2 p.m. Eastern on Monday, during which you can snag two-day passes for $162 plus taxes and fees, according to Ticketmaster. The festival will mail wristbands used for festival entry to those who purchased. Festival-goers can also begin reserving lockers containing universal cell-phone chargers.
Mic will be on the lookout for more information regarding performance times and livestream details as they're released.
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