*Jay-Z has been tapped to headline and curate the first Budweiser Made in America Music Festival in Philadelphia, to take place this fall.
Set for Sept. 1 and 2, the event will feature as many as 28 acts spanning a breadth genres such as rock, hip hop and jazz, reports the Huffington Post.
The lineup, to be held at Fairmount Park, has yet to announced. Tickets will go on sale May 23 through Ticketmaster and Live Nation, with an unspecified amount going to charity.
Meanwhile, Philly-based band The Roots will hold their annual Roots Picnic on June 2 and 3 of this year. That festival is in its fifth year and features an eclectic lineup that includes James Murphy of LCD Soundsystem, Kid Cudi, rapper Danny Brown, Diplo, St. Vincent and many more.
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