Nutter Cites Success Of 'Made In America' As Proof City Is Prepared For Papal VisitMayor Michael Nutter has declared the Made in America concert a success, indicating that it bodes well for managing the visit of Pope Francis in the same venue at the end of the month.
'Made In America' Closes Out Its Fourth Year In PhiladelphiaSunday did feel more crowded than the bulk of Saturday's events.
Made In America Day 2 Goes Off Without A HitchMade In America music festival is in the books, with no major incidents or injuries to report.
Interview: Hop Along And Strand Of Oaks At 'Made In America'There has been a closer eye on Philadelphia over the past couple years as critics have sat up and recognized what we've always know, there's a ton of great music coming out of Philadelphia.
Made In America: Beyonce And BeyondLong before the Queen appeared, the Ben Franklin Parkway was filled for the sold out 4th edition of the festival.
Music, Surprises, Some Chaos Day 1 Of Made In AmericaMore than 50,000 people packed the Ben Franklin Parkway Saturday.
Made In America Takes Over Ben Franklin Parkway For Labor Day WeekendThe Made in America festival kicks off Saturday afternoon, with more than 60 acts on five stages over the next two days.
Top Family-Friendly Labor Day Events In PhiladelphiaThere is so much to do on Labor Day weekend in Philadelphia you won’t know where to start. We’ve narrowed down the list for you, so go celebrate the end of summer with all the bang you can muster in one weekend.
Preparations In Final Stages For Made In AmericaFences are now set up along the Ben Franklin Parkway as Philadelphia prepares for the festival this weekend.
City Officials Using Made In America As Dress Rehearsal For Papal VisitThis weekend's Made In America concert on the Ben Franklin Parkway will be a bit of a test run for city responders.
Five Shows To See This September In PhiladelphiaHere are five shows to see in September in Philadelphia.
Made In America Is Officially Sold OutMade In America is set for its fourth year on the Parkway in Philadelphia.

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