Rapper Kanye West performs during the Made in American music festival in Los Angeles, California August 31, 2014. REUTERS/Jonathan Alcorn
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A new outdoor music festival in downtown Los Angeles reflected the city's diversity with a lineup that included rap, rock, punk, blues and Latin music. Kanye West, Cypress Hill, Weezer, Rise Against, John Mayer and Juanes were among Sunday's performers.More than 37,000 people attended the Los Angeles festival's second day in downtown's Grand Park -- the first time the two-year-old park has been used for a large, ticketed event.But the music, food and festive atmosphere were the stars at LA's inaugural Made in America festival. MUSIC: Kanye brought the house down with a dramatic hour-long set to close out the concert. Mayer brought the day's folksy blues, playing several of his hits, along with a cover of "All Along the Watchtower". Juanes did almost his entire set in Spanish, inspiring Latin dance moves throughout the audience. Los Angeles natives Cypress Hill played their 20-year-old tunes to an enthusiastically receptive crowd.
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