Jay Z’s Made In America Festival Reported To Have Stages Hosted By Insomniac and HARD

It looks like Jay Z is looking to work with the big dogs this Summer on his project. Mr. Carter recently revealed some information regarding a Downtown Los Angeles location for his growing 2-day festival ‘Made In America’ this past week. With such an elusive location, the Grand Park premiere is a set to be one of the biggest events coming Los Angeles this Summer. To sweeten the deal for attendees of the EDM-like, it seems that organizer, Live Nation, is looking to work alongside their fellow promoters to get involved with the festival through the likes of heavyweight dance promoters, Insomniac and HARD. Known for a mixture of live and electronic acts since it’s conception, the two corporations have featured acts such as Skrillex, Calvin Harris, and Deadmau5 in the past.

As Jay Z opens the door of opportunity for a grand show in LA, it only makes sense that Insomniac and HARD are brought on board to set up the blueprints in an area that is heavily influenced by dance music. Both groups have had a history of within the realms of LA in the past, but issues and problems arose that have made it difficult for them to keep their festivals in the heart of the city and has gotten in the way of their festival’s representation. If this goes as planned, it should help all groups involved turn ‘Made In America’ into one of the biggest parties Los Angeles has ever witnessed.

Source: La Weekly