Bad Bunny and Tyler, the Creator will headline the Made in America music festival on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway this Labor Day weekend, festival organizers announced Tuesday.

The Jay-Z-curated fest will also feature beloved local artists like Jazmine Sullivan, who performed last weekend at The Roots Picnic, and Lil Uzi Vert, who made a surprise appearance during a set by Lil Baby at the festival last year.

Made in America, which began in Philly in 2012, has taken place every year on the Parkway, except for in 2020, when it was canceled because of COVID-19. The ticketed event, which typically draws about 50,000 fans a day, will be held Sept. 3 and Sept. 4.

Other acts announced for this year’s festival include Burna Boy, Snoh Aalegra, Kodak Black, Pusha T, Lil Tjay, Tate McRae, Fuerza Regida, Toro Y Moi, Babyface Ray, Key Glock, Larry June, Rels B, Victoria Monét, Chimbala, and Ryan Castro.

In a news release, organizers said the festival has generated more than $150 million in economic impact for Philly since its inception.

The Cause Village, which features a row of booths helmed by nonprofit and activist organizations, will feature groups like Black Voters Matter, HeadCount, ACCT Philly, and United in Community this year.

A two-day general admission ticket to Made in America costs $150, plus a $37.56 service fee. Two-day VIP tickets are $750 with an $85.24 service charge.

Last year’s festival, the first one to be held since the coronavirus hit, required attendees to provide proof of vaccination or a negative coronavirus test to gain entry to the grounds. Festivalgoers were also supposed to be masked, per city guidelines at the time, but there was little compliance or enforcement.

Festival organizers did not immediately respond to a request about what, if any, COVID-19 rules or restrictions will be in place this year. The city briefly reinstated a mask mandate in April, but reversed it after just three days.

The 2021 festival, which featured Lil Baby, Megan Thee Stallion, and Justin Bieber, took place in the immediate aftermath of Hurricane Ida, which caused historic flooding across the region and on nearby I-676, but generally spared the Parkway. A total of 34 acts performed on three stages throughout the two-day fest.

Last year Philly ranked third in Airbnb destinations for Labor Day weekend due, in large part, to the Made in America festival.