Made in America
Preperations for the weekend event are well underway as crews continue to set up for the giant concert.
Jay-Z knew you were looking for one last summer blowout before heading back to school. He has teamed up, once again, with Budweiser to bring his insane Made in America tour to the Ben Franklin Parkway at Eakins Oval, in Philly.
“Made in America” takes place this weekend, but not everyone is thrilled about the event.
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The exciting two day music festival is back for a third year!
It’s official. Kanye West will headline the “Budweiser Made in America” festival in Philadelphia.
Jay-Z is bringing his Made in America music festival back to Philadelphia…and expanding it to Los Angeles.
Nine Inch Nails headlined the second night of Made In America, filling the “rock legend” slot occupied by Pearl Jam at last year’s festival.
Staying hydrated and avoiding the rowdy crowds is a main concern at this years ‘Made In America’ concert.
Beyoncé didn’t headline the first night of the Made In America festival as much as the Mrs. Carter World Tour made a stop in Philadelphia. In an hour and a half she went through no less than 7 costumes, performed 17 songs and showed 7 short films.
Screams were drowned out only by the music, as crowds soaked up sun along the Ben Franklin Parkway.
Last year, residents close to the concert complained about the noise, the traffic and the people, and this year neighbors hope those won’t be as big of a concern this time around.
One local educator wants the performers at this weekend’s Made in America festival to pitch-in to help Philadelphia’s cash-strapped schools system.
As “Made in America” is set to bring thousands to the Parkway over the holiday weekend, Gail Harrity, CEO of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, has a simple message: the museum is open for business.
Less than three weeks before the second “Made In America” concert on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, promoters and the city have yet to sign a contract — and residents near the venue are worried about repeats of last year’s headaches.