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Beyonce, Kendrick Lamar, & Nine Inch Nails Set to Perform at “Made in America” Festival



Performers were announced today for “Budweiser’s Second Annual: Made in America” music festival. The concert series created by Jay Z will headline no other than his wife and mega-star Beyonce Knowles-Carter.

Here’s the list of perfomers include Beyoncé, Nine Inch Nails, Kendrick Lamar, Queens of the Stone Age, Deadmau5, Phoenix, Calvin Harris, Empire of the Sun, Imagine Dragons, Wiz Khalifa, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Miguel, Public Enemy, Nero, 2 Chainz, Gaslight Anthem, A$AP Rocky, Walk The Moon, Solange, Feed Me, Porter Robinson, Wolfgang Gartner, Emeli Sande, Haim, Schoolboy Q, Ab Soul, GTA, Robert DeLong, Red Light, Rudimental, Aluna George, Jay Rock, Jessie Rose and TJR.

The purpose of the festival is to introduce new music to different audiences. Paul Chibe, Budweiser’s VP of marketing states, “We want fans of Beyonce or Calvin Harris or Wiz Khalifa to have the opportunity to see Nine Inch Nails or stuff they might have seen for awhile like Public Enemy. That eclectic mix creates an opportunity for us to really show the impact of music and culture.” The show is also being produced by ad agency, Translation, in which Jay Z is a partner. There will be a documentary directed by Ron Howard and produced by Brian Grazer and Jay Z that will be releases prior to the festival. Tickets go on sale, publicly, Wednesday April 17.

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