Rapper Jay-Z is set to wrap up the summer by launching a two-day music festival in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at the beginning of September.
The 99 Problems hit-maker will headline the first annual Budweiser Made in America event over Labor Day weekend.
The mogul made the announcement during a press conference with city mayor Michael A. Nutter on Monday, telling a crowd of reporters, "It's gonna be a great day in Philly, I look forward to seeing you guys."
The hip-hop icon, who will also curate and assemble the rest of the line-up, is set to unveil the remainder of the performers next week.
The festival, produced by Live Nation, will take place at Fairmount Park and a portion of the ticket sales will be donated to charity organization United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey.