Report: Beyonce Knowles to Perform at Jay-Z's Made in America Festival


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The 'I Was Here' singer will headline her husband's two-day music festival that will be held in Pennsylvania on September 1 and 2.


Beyonce Knowles may perform at Made in America Festival in Pennsylvania later this fall. It seems to make sense since the music festivity is held by her rap mogul husband Jay-Z. The gig will be documented in a movie.

"Beyonce will hit the stage in a surprise performance at her hubby's festival next weekend in [Pennsylvania]," a source tells Huffington Post. "The performance is top secret but it will be filmed for Jay's documentary about the event. It's going to be epic."

Director Ron Howard is tapped to film the Made in America that is scheduled to take place on two consecutive days, September 1 and 2. The filmmaker said the pic wouldn't be a concert film, but "a reflection of the fabric of what it means to be Made in America - what the festival represents, why Jay is doing it and how he relates to each artist."

Such big artists as Pearl Jam, Run DMC, Rita Ora, Calvin Harris, Afrojack and more are expected to make live performances at the festival. The Hov himself is set to perform on Saturday night, September 1.

© AceShowbiz.com


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