Jay-z’s music festival cancelled for second year

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The annual Made in America festival, organized by Jay-Z, has been canceled for the second consecutive year.

The event, which usually takes place over Labor Day weekend in Philadelphia, did not provide a specific reason for the cancellation.

The announcement was made on social media and the festival’s website, as reported by Fox News.

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“The Made In America executive production team is re-imagining a live music experience that affirms our love and dedication to music and the work we do. We promise an exciting return to the festival,” the statement read, without providing a timeline for the festival’s return.

In August 2023, just a month before the scheduled festival with headliners Lizzo and SZA, Made in America announced that the event would not go ahead due to circumstances beyond their control.

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The festival, founded in 2012 by Jay-Z as a celebration of music and culture, had only been canceled once before in 2020.

The organizers expressed hope for a return in 2024.

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