Hollywood rapper Jay-Z’s Made In America Music Festival 2022 is set to be a two-day event full of exciting performances by music icons from all around the world. 

The festival, slated for September 3 and 4, will have Puerto Rican star Bad Bunny and American rapper Tyler, the Creator as the headliners at Philadelphia’s Benjamin Franklin Parkway.

Artists like Lil Uzi Vert, Jazmine Sullivan, Victoria Monét, Ryan Castro, Snoh Aalegra, Burna Boy, Kodak Black, Babyface Ray, Rels B, Lil Tjay, Larry June, Pusha T, Tate Mcrae, Toro Y Moi and Key Glock will woo the audience with various performances. 

International artists will also take the stage, including Dominican rapper Chimbala, Mexican band Fuerza Regida, and Nigeria native Burna, along with several local performers. 

The festival will be headlined by Bad Bunny, who recently topped music charts like the Billboard 200 with his fifth album ‘Un Verano Sin Ti’. On the other hand, Tyler, the Creator will be headlining it after the success of his music tour which earned $32.6 million earlier this year. 

General tickets for the Made In America Music Festival begin from $150, with a VIP pass going all the way up to $750, according to a report by Billboard. 

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The event’s website has stated that COVID-19 measures such as test results, masks and vaccination proofs may be necessary at the show. However, an official announcement is yet to be made.

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This year’s edition marks the music festival’s tenth anniversary. While the event is mostly viewed as a celebration of music, it will also focus on highlighting social welfare groups such Black Voters Matter, United in Community, HeadCount and ACCT Philly Animal Welfare. In the past, the festival has extensively helped the city of Philadelphia by generating more than $150 million for economic growth. 

Since its inception by Jay-Z in 2012, the Made In America Music Festival has drawn crowds of about 50,000 people per day.