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Kanye West & Iggy Azalea Added To The 'Made In America' Lineup
Looks like Jay Z is stepping up his game for the Los Angeles leg of his Budweiser Made in America tour. The music fest heads added Kanye West and Iggy Azalea to the bill.
Prior to that announcement, the top headliners for the two-day event, which will be held at downtown's Grand Park on August 30 and 31, were Imagine Dragons, Kendrick Lamar and John Mayer. The addition of Kanye and Iggy adds some more star power to the list. The "Yeezus" rapper is also performing at Made in America's Philadelphia event.
Up until this point, fans have only been able to purchase two-day passes (general admission for $185 and VIP for $599). However, come July 18, you can snag single-day tickets on the Live Nation website for $89.50 each.
Here's the full lineup:
Saturday, August 30
Kendrick Lamar, Afrojack, Iggy Azalea
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Gareth Emery, Schoolboy Q, Borgore
DVBBS, YG, MUTEMATH, Dr. Dog, Hit-Boy
ZZ Ward, Classixx, Ab-Soul, Isaiah Rashad, Jay Rock, Cut Snake, GrandTheft
Sunday, August 31
Kanye West, John Mayer
Juanes, Weezer, Rise Against
Steve Aoki, Chance the Rapper, Cypress Hill
R3HAB, Wolfgang Gartner, 12th Planet
Rita Ora, Nipsey Hussle, Terraplane Sun
Yellow Claw, Will Sparks, Scavenger Hunt, SZA, A Tribe Called Red
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