Coming back for a fifth year in a row to the City of Brotherly love later this summer, Made in America is turning Eakins Oval and Benjamin Franklin Parkway into a majestic festival grounds on September 2 & 3, 2017. TIDAL owner, Jay-Z transforms Philly’s Art Museum landmark into the perfect background for a festival that has been bringing thousands to Philadelphia for the two-day multi genre music festival. With big names all across the board, the lineup will be sure to not disappoint.
The man himself will be headlining the festival once again since the last time in 2015. Shawn Corey Carter, but as we all know and love, Jay Z just a mere month ago released his newest album, 4:44. Releasing a fourteenth studio album, it’s safe to say the American rapper is still killing it 31 years after stepping into the spotlight. Featuring Frank Ocean, Damian Marley, and his perfect wife Beyoncé, Jay Z’s album performances may just surprise Made in America attendees.
The Chainsmokers, Kaskade, Marshmello, J. Cole, 21 Savage, Run the Jewels and Migos, to just name a few, will be headlining the all-American Budweiser sponsored outdoor music fest this Labor Day weekend. With 5 stages sprawled get ready to experience some of the best of music, vibes and views Philly has to offer. Joining the headliners Cash Cash, R3hab, Vic Mensa, DMX, and many others will keep the party going all day for two straight days. Grab your passes and American gear, Labor Day will be here before you know it.
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