In 2014, Los Angeles will be the second city to host the Jay Z-curated Made in America Festival at Grand Park from Aug. 30-31. With two-day passes to this inaugural L.A. edition of the fest, you'll be able to catch sets from a host of diverse performers. On Saturday, Imagine Dragons will headline alongside Juanes, Rise Against, Steve Aoki, Weezer, and more, while Sunday will close the weekend with John Mayer, Kendrick Lamar, Metric, Afrojack, and Capital Cities, among others.
Made in America Los Angeles Ticket Information
Your two-day Made in America LA tickets will allow admission to Grand Park for both Aug. 30 and 31. Choose from general admission or, when available, a VIP option, which will permit you access to private amenities--like bathrooms and lounges--during the festival.
Made in America Los Angeles General Information
Made in America Los Angeles will allow attendees of all ages, but everyone entering the grounds at Grand Park must have a ticket to be admitted. Security and first aid tents will be on site from Aug. 30-31 to ensure the safety of all Made in America attendees. Re-entry will be prohibited during each individual day of the festival.
Made in America Los Angeles Parking Information
Fans can park in any number of privately owned lots or garages near Grand Park for access to the Made in America LA. Alternatively, you can choose from a number of Metro rail or bus public transportation options that will provide easier access to the festival and allow you to skip potentially high parking fees, as this Los Angeles park will not offer any specific parking areas for the event.
Made in America Los Angeles Gate Times
On both Aug. 30 and 31, gates to the Grand Park festival grounds are expected to open around 12 p.m. local time, but be aware that the time may change either day.
Made in America Los Angeles Accessibility
Made in America will provide ADA-compliant amenities for attendees that require assistance, including accessible entrances, restrooms, and concessions areas. Get in touch with the festival organizers directly if you have any specific questions or concerns about accessibility from Aug. 30-31.