Stephen Rountree

Music Center

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President and Chief Executive Officer of the Music Center, which manages programming and operations at LA's Grand Park

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Rapper Jay Z joined Mayor Eric Garcetti at City Hall yesterday to announce that the Budweiser  Made in America  music festival will be held at Grand Park over the Labor Day weekend.

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Rapper Jay Z joined Mayor Eric Garcetti at City Hall yesterday to announce that the Budweiser Made in America music festival will be held at Grand Park over the Labor Day weekend.

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