Update (9/6): Check out our list of the 9 best performances from Made in America day 1, then go ahead and check out the 6 coolest moments from Beyonce's headlining set, and read why Nick Jonas' MIA set proved his solo success is not a fluke. Plus, see all the best photos from MIA fest.
Update (8/31): Tidal, Jay Z's streaming service, will be livestreaming portions of the 2015 Made in America Festival—Jay Z and Budweiser's joint venture—this Saturday and Sunday, September 5 and 6. Get the full Made in America schedule in the poster below (Beyoncé's playing Saturday, the Weeknd's on Sunday) and read on to see which acts will appear on the Tidal livestream. (The service just flexed its livestream muscles once more on Friday with Lil Wayne's inaugural Lil Weezyana Festival.)
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Streaming on Saturday, September 5
The Struts, Vic Mensa, De La Soul, Meek Mill, Modest Mouse, Beyoncé
Young Rising Sons, Earl Sweatshirt, G-Eazy, Nick Jonas, Death Cab For Cutie, Bassnectar
Bass Drum Of Death, Mike Floss, Sarah Jaffe, Tanlines
Streaming on Sunday, September 6
Halsey, Action Bronson, Metric, Big Sean, J. Cole, The Weeknd
Saint Motel, Fabolous, Santigold, Future, Banks, Axwell & Ingrosso
Bizzy Crook, Jidenna, Bully, Twin Peaks, Hippo Campus, Lili K
Original Story (6/24): Jay Z and Budweiser's Made in America Festival is coming back for its fourth year on September 5 and 6 in Philadelphia. The Hov-curated Labor Day weekend fest just announced its lineup, and the patriotic event will be as stacked as ever, including a headlining turn from Mrs. Carter herself, Beyoncé. (Maybe she'll bring Jay on to announce that joint album?)
Check out the full lineup below, and get ready to grab presale tickets on Friday, June 25 at 10AM EST.
Death Cab for Cutie
Axwell & Ingrosso
De La Soul
Young Rising Sons
Grits & Biscuits
Strand of Oaks
Made in America became the country's first bicoastal music festival in 2014, with concurrent dates in Philly and Los Angeles; that idea's been scrapped this year. Past acts have included John Mayer, Kanye West, Pharrell, Kings of Leon, Pearl Jam, Skrillex, Nine Inch Nails, Solange, Kendrick Lamar, Imagine Dragons, and, of course, Jay Z and Beyoncé.