This year, the Budweiser Made in America festival was held simultaneously in two cities -- one in Philadelphia and another in Los Angeles' Grand Park. On Saturday (Aug. 30), Kendrick Lamar and Iggy Azalea performed in front of a packed crowd of 35,000 fans.

K.Dot was part of an ensemble performance of the rap label Top Dawg Entertainment. Rappers ScHoolboy Q, Ab-Soul, Jay Rock and Isaiah Rashad performed several tracks from their respective catalogues during the 75-minute set.

According to the Los Angeles Daily News, Q was the main highlight as he performed tracks from his 'Oxymoron' album.

Lamar closed out the set as he took concertgoers on a musical journey of his hometown of Compton. The TDE rhymer performed a medley of songs from his celebrated album 'good kid, m.A.A.d city' as well as tunes from 'Section.80' and early mixtape tracks. He even brought out Q for a turnt-up rendition of 'Collard Greens.'

“There’s a lot of TDE fans out here and it’s a beautiful thing,” he told the roaring crowd.

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Earlier in the day, Iggy Azalea grace the stage and gave audience a sultry hot set which featured one talked-about moment.

The Aussie rhymer went through all of her hits including 'Fancy,' 'Work' and 'P----.' During her rendition of 'Black Widow,' Azalea was joined by pop singer Rita Ora. The two were so comfortable performing together that the pair almost shared a kiss onstage.

Others performers on Day 1 of the Made In America festival included West Coast artists Hit-Boy and YG. Alternative rock band Imagine Dragons closed out the festival.

Watch Iggy Azalea and Rita Ora Perform 'Black Widow' at Budweiser Made In America Festival in Los Angeles

Watch Kendrick Lamar Perform 'Swimming Pools' at Budweiser Made In America Festival in Los Angeles

Watch Iggy Azalea Perform 'No Mediocre' and 'Work' at Budweiser Made In America Festival in Los Angeles