Jay Z and J. Cole will be headlining Made in America Festival come Labor Day Weekend. 

Jay Z and J. Cole will be headlining Made in America Festival come Labor Day Weekend. 

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Jay Z didn’t have to look hard to see who would be headlining his Made In America Festival this summer. Set to return to the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia come Labor Day weekend, Jay will be headlining the two-day festival along with J. Cole and The Chainsmokers. This will be the first time Jay Z has performed at his festival since its debut in 2012, although he's played a role in curating the lineup each year. 

The two-day event welcomed Rihanna and Coldplay as headliners in 2016. RocNation and Live Nation, the festival’s producers, typically recruit artists across all genres to play its various stages each year. Their 2017 lineup however, looks to be pretty hip-hop and EDM heavy with acts including Kaskade, Marshmello, Migos, Run The Jewels, 21 Savage and Little Dragon all finding their place towards the top of the poster. Jay will also be joined by his sister-in-law, with Solange also being one of the this year’s featured artists.

Pre-sale for the festival will start Monday at 2 p.m. EST for Tidal subscribers only. For more information on Made In America Festival 2017, fans can click here.