After implementing a million ways to get free tickets on his TIDAL music streaming service, Jay Z & Budweiser‘s Made In America production team have announced a TIDAL stage for new artists or this year’s MIA Fest in Philadelphia.

Nine TIDAL Rising and TIDAL Discovery artists will perform on the stage both days of the music festival starting at 2:45pm.

The Budweiser Made In America Festival goes down over Labor Day weekend on Saturday, September 5, 2015 and Sunday, September 6, 2015 at the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia, PA with Beyonce and The Weeknd headlining, respectively. Get your tickets for MIA here, and read about our time last year!



The TIDAL Stage line up consists of:

Lili K: Hailing from Chicago, IL, classically trained vocalist Lili K was featured on Rolling Stone’s “Best of 2013″ list and received praise for her feature work with Chance the Rapper and Vic Mensa.

Bizzy Crook: The Miami hip-hop artist draws his inspiration from Jadakiss, DMX, Ludacris and more. He has already been featured in XXL magazine and on BET.

Bass Drum Of Death: From Oxford, MS, this rock group’s music has been featured in MLB2K12 and in the film “Ghost Rider: Spirit Of Vengeance.” Their latest album is entitled Rip This.

Sarah Jaffe: This Denton, TX singer-songwriter just released her first EP entitled Even Born Again, and has received rave reviews from Rolling Stone, NPR and The Dallas Observer. She has previously toured with Norah Jones, Lou Barlow and Chelsea Wolfe.

Mike Floss: The Tennessee native is rapidly expanding his audience with his last two releases For The Rebels 1 & 2, that were recognized by Nashville Scene as Mixtape and Hip Hop Album Of The Year respectively. He has opened for Pusha T, Wale, Stalley and Yo Gotti, among others.


Tanlines: This rock duo draws from every genre including pop, dance and world music.  The Brooklyn natives comprised of percussionist Jesse Cohen and guitarist and vocalist Eric Emm, released their debut album Mixed Emotions in 2012 and reached a top position on Billboard’s “Heat Seekers Charts.”

Twin Peaks: The rock band recorded their debut album in 2012 and their newest release Wild Onion in 2014. Their sound is influenced by acts such as The Strokes and Ty Segall.

Hippo Campus: Gearing up for their tour in early 2016, the group from Woodbury, MN, recently released their album Bashful Creatures online, CD and vinyl.

Bully: Currently touring the US, this Nashville-based group recently released their album Feels Like this year.