This Labor Day weekend The Budweiser Made In America Fest will be rocking out on both sides of the nation. This is the first American festival to run simultaneously on both coasts. It is the third year for this event in Philly, and the first year in L.A. Along with the great line up of artists, these events also support a great cause with proceeds going to the local United Way in each area, and multiple organizations represented at each event in the Cause Village.
These events look like a great way to end the Summer with 2 days of fun and music August 30th and 31st. I think what I like best about this music festival, besides the charitable aspects, is that it brings together great music artists from multiple genres. Just look at all the artists you can rock out to!
Los Angeles Budweiser Made In America Lineup: Imagine Dragons, Kanye West, John Mayer, Steve Aoki, Juanes, Afrojack, Kendrick Lamar, Rise Against, Weezer, Sublime with Rome, Metric, Capital Cities, Chance the Rapper, Cypress Hill, Gareth Emery, R3HAB, Schoolboy Q, Wolfgang Gartner, Borgore, DVBBS, 12th Planet, YG, Mute Math, Rita Ora, Nipsey Hussle, Dr. Dog, Terraplane Sun, ZZ Ward, Classixx, Hit-Boy, DJ Mustard, Ab-Soul, Isaiah Rashad, Jay Rock, SZA, Yellow Claw, Grits & Biscuits, Will Sparks, Cut Snake, Scavenger Hunt, A Tribe Called Red
Philadadelphia Budweiser Made in America Lineup: Kanye West, Kings of Leon, Tiesto, The National, Steve Aoki, Pharrell Williams, J. Cole, Girl Talk, Spoon, Chromeo, City and Colour, Grimes, AWOLNATION, R3HAB, Gareth Emery, De La Soul, Baauer, Tommy Trash, Mayer Hawthorne, Kongos, 3LAU, The Neighborhood, Danny Brown, YG, Holy Ghost, Penguin Prison, Destructo, Bleachers, DJ Cassidy, Cherub, Will Sparks, Young & Sick, Vacationer, Cut Snake, Kaneholler
Find out more about the Budweiser Made in America Fest and get tickets here
I won't be able to attend these events, so I'm counting on all the music lovers that are attending to take some great pics/video and share with us unlucky ones that can only rock out at home. Use #MadeInAmericaFest when sharing.
There are such great artists at each event that it's hard to choose between them. Philly has AWOLNATION, Pharell Williams & Kings of Leon that stand out, but L.A. has Imagine Dragons, Weezer, & Cypress Hill. I just don't know which one will be better!
What do you think? Will the better music fest happen in Philly, or will it be in L.A.?
This is a sponsored post. All opinions expressed are my own.