"Made in America" is going to be crazy once again in 2017. Budweiser, a sponsor of the event, released the Lineup for the Philadelphia shows on Monday morning. The biggest acts in music will be descending upon the city of Brotherly Love in September. One of the biggest legends of hip-hop, as well as one of the best emcees of the current generation will be headlining an event that also features acts from across the generational spectrum.

Stacked lineup

The event will be headlined once again by Jay-Z. As the original curator and headliner of the event, Jay-Z basically has carte blanche to be involved as he sees fit.

The Brooklyn rapper hasn't come out with new music in four years, so he'll likely just perform the classics. He'll always have a spot in the lineup for as long as he wants, though.

The other big headliner is J. Cole. He'll be fresh off his tour in support of the album "4 Your Eyez Only." He's one of the most popular and polarizing rappers of the current generation. He's sure to bring a large crowd, although there will be those who choose to boo him as soon as he hits the Philadelphia stage.

The Chainsmokers are another significant name in the lineup. With hits such as "Closer" and "Paris" and a new album to support, The Chainsmokers are definitely the biggest name in EDM right now. Big names also fill up the rest of the "Made in America" roster.

Migos, Solange, Run the Jewels, 21 Savage, Sampha, Pusha T, Marian Hill, and even DMX are expected to be at the festival.

Festival growing in stature

The "Made in America" festival is still relatively young, having only started in 2012. Since then, the festival has become a must-see for fans of hip-hop, R&B, and EDM music. Skrillex, Peal Jam, and Drake were among the big names to headline the lineup back at the festival's inception.

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Since then, big names have made the event what it has become.

In 2013, the headliners were Jay-Z's wife and international superstar Beyoncé, as well as Nine Inch Nails. In 2014, they tried simultaneously doing the event in Philadelphia and Los Angeles; Kanye West headlined in both cities, while Imagine Dragons and John Mayer owned LA, while The National, Steve Aoki, Pharrell, and Tiesto focused on Philly. "Made in America" went back to one city in 2015, with The Weeknd and Beyoncé leading the way. Last year, the lineup was led by Rihanna and Coldplay, and the event seems to only be getting bigger.