Jay-Z celebrates 10th anniversary of his Made in America festival this weekend in Philadelphia

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This is a special Labor Day weekend for Jay-Z as he celebrates the 10th anniversary of his Made in America festival in Philadelphia.

The two-day event on Benjamin Franklin Parkway in the City of Brotherly Love will be headlined Saturday by Tyler, the Creator, who hits the Rocky stage at 9:30 p.m. The Saturday lineup also features Philly native Lil Uzi Vert, Kodak Black, Jazmine Sullivan, Pusha T and many more.

Bad Bunny headlines Sunday and closes the festival, which will be streamed live on the Roc Nation YouTube channel, beginning Saturday at 2:30 p.m. ET.

When Made in America began in 2012, Jay-Z was the headliner on a bill that also featured Drake, Mariah Carey, Rick Ross, Meek Mill, D’Angelo and Run-DMC. The following year, the festival was headlined by Hova’s wife, Beyoncé.

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