Hot Temps, Big Crowds On Second Day Of ‘Made In America’ Festival
By Justin Udo
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Staying hydrated in the sticky summer heat and avoiding the rowdy crowds is a main concern for attendees this years ‘Made In America’ concert.
Those folks attending the music festival on Sunday are doing what they could to beat the heat, as well as the disruptive fans.
Throughout the weekend temperatures peaked in the high 80’s and at times it felt like it was in the 90’s.
For some concert goers like Tandra, those temps mixed with long hours under the sun proved to be dangerous.
“I actually was one of those people who passed out,” she said.
After coming to, she did what many other attendees did to avoid a similar situation:
“But then I got some water and they put me behind a fan so then i was alright.”
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As far as crowd behavior is concerned, it’s all in the eye of the beholder:
“There’s some drunk people that have been caused a disturbance, but people have been mediating, so it’s been fine,” this concert goer said.
The majority of people do seem to agree this is one of the better concerts they’ve been to.