After announcing the Philadelphia lineup for the Budweiser Made In America music festival, organizers of the Jay Z-curated event unveiled the bill for its Los Angeles counterpart. Chart-topping superstars Kendrick Lamar, Rita Ora, Chance the Rapper, DJ Mustard and many others will hit the stage at Grand Park for the two-day event on Aug. 30 and 31.

K.Dot won't be alone as his fellow TDE artists Isaiah Rashad, Jay Rock, Ab-Soul, SZA and ScHoolboy Q will rock the mic as well.

The all-star lineup also includes YG (who will also perform in Philly), Nipsey Hussle, Grits & Biscuit, Hit-Boy and Cypress Hill.

As we previously mentioned, Hov is curating both festivals, which boasts over 60 acts on three stages in each city. There's still no word if the rap mogul will perform at either festival location.

This is a big deal for Jay Z, who partnered with Budweiser to launch his music extravaganza in Philadelphia back in 2012.

"Two years ago this was a dream to put a festival together, to have all types of music, different types of genres ’cause I believe that genres separate us," he said.

Two-day passes for the Los Angeles' Made in America festival are on sale now. The prices range from $125-185. If you want to cop tickets for the Philadelphia edition, click here.