Well that was short-lived

Jay Z's bicoastal Budweiser Made in America festival lasted all but one year before organizers decided to pull the plug on the Los Angeles incarnation of the festival, according to the L.A. Times.

The Labor Day Weekend affair, held simultaneously in both Philadelphia along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway — its birthplace — and L.A.'s Grand Park last year marked the first time the music extravaganza extended beyond the City of Brotherly Love since its inception in 2012.

Complications including Grand Park's size, resident sound complaints, gripes from City Council members and a less than ideal fan experience were speculated to have been cause for the discontinuation.

In returning to old ways, this year's MIA will be held solely in Philadelphia on September 5 and 6. The lineup has yet to be announced.

Hova is extending a bit of MIA love to his hometown with a free show in New York City on Liberty Island, Billboard reports. (That story has since been taken down from their website.) Mary J. Blige will reportedly headline the yet-to-be-confirmed show. Other similar ancillary events are also rumored to be announced as well. No word on when these shows would occur.