In its third year in Philadelphia, Budweiser Made in America became one of the first simultaneous multicity music events since Live Aid with the addition of a Los Angeles edition. Kanye West and Steve Aoki managed to headline both coasts within 24 hours of each other – Aoki even took a stage selfie in Los Angeles with Mayor Eric Garcetti and guest vocalist Bonnie McKee. As Jay Z excitedly tweeted, the two festivals recorded “no major incidents just GREAT music,” with 70,000 total fans during Los Angeles’ two days and 90,000 flocking to Philly (down from 120,000 in 2013). Kings of Leon, The National and Spoon rocked Philadelphia, while Los Angeles highlights included Imagine Dragons (their last before album No. 2, announced frontman Dan Reynolds) and John Mayer’s acoustic cover of Beyoncé’s “XO,” where Queen Bey herself was within earshot.