Made in America is back for its eighth year, set to kick off on Labor Day Weekend in the heart of Philadelphia.
This year, on the heels of a successful year in music, Grammy Award-winning artist, Cardi B, will headline the two-day event alongside, Travis Scott, whose most recent album went No. 1. The two will be joined by Juice Wrld, James Blake, Kaskade, Anderson. Paak, Kodak Black, Blueface and more.
Jay-Z’s two-day music festival, which was created to bring fans closer to their favorite artists through music and culture, will work to benefit the ACLU of Pennsylvania, the festival’s official charity partner. However, according to a press release, a portion of the net proceeds will also support the rapper’s new criminal justice organization, The REFORM Alliance.
“The festival not only honors artists and music lovers, but it also benefits organizations that are vital to accomplishing much needed positive work through Cause Village,” the press release read.
In the meantime, for those who are unable to attend the two-day event, the stream will be available on TIDAL.