It’s officially summer, and you know what that means — festival season is upon us. Coachella, Firefly and Bonnaroo have come and gone, but one of the most highly anticipated annual concerts remains.

On Monday, Budweiser released details about Made in America, slated to take place in early September. The festival is being headlined by Rihanna and Coldplay, but there is no shortage of performances to get excited about. Chance the Rapper, ASAP Ferg, Travis Scott, Desiigner, DJ Khaled and more are scheduled to perform during the two-day festival.

Tickets are being sold in two tier options. The first, based on a glance at MadeInAmericaFest.Com, is a bare-bones two-day pass that grants attendees access to the venue and nothing more. The other is a VIP ultimate experience pass, though it is not clear at this time what extra access that buys you. In previous years, VIP tickets have allowed concertgoers entry into a VIP lounge area equipped with air conditioning, food, a cash bar, private bathrooms and more. Ticket prices have not yet been posted. Previous Made in America ticket packages ranged from $150 to upwards of $200.

Presale tickets will be available to Tidal subscribers Wednesday at 10 a.m. EDT. General admission tickets are being sold on Ticketmaster and Live Nation starting Monday, June 27. According to the Made in America website, the authenticity of tickets sold on other reselling sites like StubHub is not guaranteed.

Made in America is scheduled to take place Sept. 3 and 4. The festival will  be held in Philadelphia as it has been for several years. Those interested in attending are being encouraged to download a Made in America app, which will feature important updates about the festival, the lineup and a map of the festival grounds.

Unable to attend? Tidal is currently hosting a playlist, called “Festival 2016: Made in America,” filled with hit songs from each of the scheduled performers.