Hip-hop heavyweights Kanye West, Pharrell Williams and YG have been tapped to headline the 2014 Budweiser Made in America Festival in Philadelphia this summer.

The Jay Z-curated event will take place on Aug. 30 and Aug. 31 at the Los Angeles Grand Park and simultaneously in Ben Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia. This is the first American music festival to take place simultaneously on two coasts -- with artists performing in both Philly and L.A.

Other artists on the Philly bill include J. Cole, Baauer, Danny Brown, DJ Cassidy, De La Soul, Mayer Hawthorne and many others.

Hov will curate both festivals, which will include over 60 acts on three stages in each city. However, there is no confirmation on whether he will perform at either of the two events.

Jay Z first partnered with Budweiser to launch this premier music festival in 2012, which attracted over 80,000 people during its two-day run in Philly.

Tickets for Philadelphia's Made in America festival are on sale now and at noon PST in Los Angeles. Philly tickets range from $100 – $150 while L.A. will set you back $125 – $185.