UPDATED 8/5, 6:15 p.m. ET: Artists GloRilla, Zah Sosaa, Ambré, Kalan.FrFr, Kur, Dixson and Becca Hanna will perform at Made in America’s Freedom Stage for the festival’s 2022 iteration, organizers announced.
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Made in America 2022 is set to take place from Sept. 3-4 in Philly. See more of this year’s lineup below. For tickets and related details, hit this link. A two-day tier 1 pass is $150, while a two-day VIP pass is $750.
The 2022 throwdown follows last year’s Justin Bieber and Lil Baby-headlined edition of the festival, which was first launched by Jay-Z back in 2012 and—like virtually all in-person events—was forced into a period of pause in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
For Tyler, MIA 2022 is merely the latest addition to his tour schedule over the coming months. This week, he’ll be headlining Primavera Sound Barcelona alongside other top-billed performers including Dua Lipa, Interpol, Gorillaz, and more. Tyler’s recent Call Me If You Get Lost Tour, meanwhile, was reported by Billboard to have brought in more than $32 million over several months this year.
In May, Tyler was reported to have earned 13 new Gold and Platinum certifications from the RIAA, including for the Flower Boy track “See You Again,” which is now in the three-million club.