Festival Noize: Made In America, Outside Lands, The Hudson Project
In addition to adding Kanye West and Iggy Azalea, Budweiser Made In America has also revealed the daily lineups for its third annual
The event is making history with its expansion to L.A. by becoming the first U.S. music festival to be held simultaneously on both coasts. The Labor Day weekend festivities will be held Aug. 30-31 at Philly’s Ben Franklin Parkway and Los Angeles’ Grand Park.
Kanye West is headlining both fests and you can find Iggy Azalea in Los Angeles.
Here are the complete daily lineups:
Saturday, Aug. 30: Kanye West, The National, Steve Aoki, J. Cole, Chromeo, City and Colour, R3HAB, Baauer, Mayer Hawthorne, The Neighbourhood, Holy Ghost, Will Sparks, Destructo, DJ Cassidy, Cherub, Young & Sick, Kaneholler
Sunday, Aug. 31: Kings of Leon, Tiësto, Pharrell Williams, Girl Talk, Spoon, Grimes, AWOLNATION, Gareth Emery, Tommy Trash, Kongos, Danny Brown, YG, Penguin Prison (DJ Set with Live Vocals), 3Lau, Mimosa, Bleachers, Cut Snake, Bixel Boys, Vacationer
Saturday, Aug. 30: Imagine Dragons, Kendrick Lamar, Afrojack, Iggy Azalea, Sublime with Rome, Metric, Capital Cities, Gareth Emery, Schoolboy Q, Borgore, DVBBS, YG, MUTEMATH, Dr. Dog, Hit-Boy, ZZ Ward, Classixx, Ab-Soul, Isaiah Rashad, Jay Rock, Cut Snake, GrandTheft
Sunday, Aug. 31: Kanye West, John Mayer, Juanes, Weezer, Rise Against, Steve Aoki, Chance the Rapper, Cypress Hill, R3HAB, Wolfgang Gartner, 12th Planet, Rita Ora, Nipsey Hussle, Terraplane Sun, Yellow Claw, Will Sparks, Scavenger Hunt, SZA, A Tribe Called Red
Single-day tickets go on sale Friday, July 18. For more information visit MadeInAmericaFest.com.
The festival returns to San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park Aug. 8-10. Ticketholders can pack in even more fun by attending special night shows both leading up to the event and scheduled during the festival at area venues. The majority of these shows are only available to ticketholders, with the exception of a handful of gigs such as Typhoon at California Academy of Sciences Aug. 7, and Glen Hansard and Sean Hayes at the Fox Theater Aug. 7. Those concerts are ticketed separately and open to the public.
Official Outside Lands night shows also include Phosphorescent at The Independent Aug. 6; The Soul Rebels at Brick & Mortar Music Hall Aug. 8; Death Cab For Cutie at The Independent Aug. 8; Gold Panda and Doseone at Mezzanine Aug. 9; and Deer Tick, The Districts and T. Hardy Morris & The Hardknocks at Rickshaw Stop Aug. 10.
Ticketholders can register to win tickets to these shows. Passwords will be sent to ticketholders via email Thursday, July 17 and tickets go on sale Friday, July 18 at 12 p.m. PDT.
Click here for more info.
The Hudson Project’s Sunday roster was supposed to close with performances by Bassnectar, Infected Mushroom, Paper Diamond and more.
Instead, organizers were forced to shut down the Saugerties, N.Y., event late in the afternoon July 13 because of severe weather in the area and flooding at the festival site.
Refunds will be available with Sunday single-day ticketholders getting a full-refund, two-day passholders getting a 50 percent refund, and three-day passholders receiving a 33.3 percent refund.
More details will be available later this week about obtaining refunds. Visit HudsonMusicProject.com for more info.