Made in America, Philadelphia’s notorious music festival has released yet another massive line-up for the upcoming festival this labor day weekend. Announced earlier this month, were a number of huge artists that are set to take the stage in Ben Franklin Parkway in just a few short weeks.
Ben Franklin Parkway is the spot to be this coming September 2nd and 3rd, The weekend will be filled with an extensive list of genres, with artists giving you a variety of vibes. Festival-goers will be able to experience the man who started it all, Jay Z, as one of the many big names in store. Hip Hop Favorite J. Cole will be heading to Philly again to close out one of the exhilarating nights. Along with the rap sensation headliners, The Chainsmokers, Kaskade, Marshmello will be on the Parkway just to name a few. DMX will be on the Ben Franklin Parkway to give ya some nostalgic feels. Other favorites scheduled to make an appearance include Migos, Solange, Dirty South, Green Velvet, Marian Hill, and 21 Savage.
This festival is bound to bring you more than just great music with Budweiser, bringing it’s well known, all American Lager to the Parkway. Along with pounders of Budweiser, you’ll be able to enjoy 360 views of Philadelphia’s skyline and see some of your favorites play in front of the stunning Philadelphia Art Museum. Ben Franklin Parkway will be set with several stages with live music from a wide range of genres including hip hop, rock, pop, R&B, and EDM.
Made in America will be back in Philly for it’s 5th year in a row, setting the perfect scene to close out the summer of 2017. Tickets are on sale for $162. Made in America, with it’s founder as the main headliner, will be here in less than a month.
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