This weekend will bring the first Los Angeles production of the Budweiser Made in America festival, a two-day concert event co-founded by Blue Ivy Carter's father, Jay-Z.
The festival, born in Philadelphia in 2012, expands to the
Made in America has just released the set times for the event's three stages, which it has curiously dubbed the Dylan, Marilyn and James Dean stages. Potential Saturday highlights include summer breakout star Iggy Azalea, who goes on early, 5:45 p.m. She'll follow the fantastic Canadian rock band Metric. Later Saturday, among others: Sublime with Rome (6:30 p.m.), Kendrick Lamar (7:15 p.m.),
West's set on Sunday night starts at 9:45; he goes on after Mayer, whose set falls at 8 p.m. Earlier in the day, the magnetic R&B singer SZA performs, as well as Weezer, Chance the Rapper and Juanes. (The full roster is listed above.)
When the inaugural West Coast Made in America festival was announced, Mayor