(L-R) Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and Recording artist Shawn "Jay Z" Carter make an announcement on the Steps of City Hall Downtown Los Angeles for a Labor Day Music Festival at Los Angeles City Hall on April 16, 2014 in Los Angeles, California

(L-R) Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and Recording artist Shawn “Jay Z” Carter make an announcement on the Steps of City Hall Downtown Los Angeles for a Labor Day Music Festival at Los Angeles City Hall on April 16, 2014 in Los Angeles, California

*Jay Z is splitting his Budweiser Made in America music festival between two coasts.

The annual two-day concert held over Labor Day weekend will be held at its usual Philadelphia location, and another show will run simultaneously in Los Angeles.

(L-R) Budweiser Vice President Brian Perkins and recording artist Jay Z attend Budweiser Made In America Press Conference at Los Angeles City Hall on April 16, 2014 in Los Angeles, California

(L-R) Budweiser Vice President Brian Perkins and recording artist Jay Z attend Budweiser Made In America Press Conference at Los Angeles City Hall on April 16, 2014 in Los Angeles, California

Hov was joined by LA’s mayor Wednesday at Los Angeles City Hall and Budweiser Vice President Brian Perkins to announce the festival, which is expected to draw some 50,000 concertgoers to downtown Los Angeles. Performers have yet to be announced.

The Los Angeles City Council has expressed concern that such a crowd could be disruptive for downtown residents.