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Made In America Music Festival

Labor Day weekend festival on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway returns

Made In America Music Festival

With dozens of top performers and multiple stages on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, the two-day music festival is one of the year's can't-miss events. Credit: M. Edlow for Visit Philadelphia

Description

Dates:
August 30-31, 2014

Overview

The Budweiser Made In America Festival is a massive musical celebration that takes over the Benjamin Franklin Parkway on Labor Day weekend.

With dozens of top performers and multiple stages on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, the two-day music festival is one of the year’s can’t-miss events. New this year, the Made In America Festival is going bi-coastal with simultaneous festivals in Philadelphia and Los Angeles.

Over the two-day festival, you’ll see incredible performances from Kayne West, Kings of Leon, Pharrel Williams, The National, De La Soul, Girl Talk, Chromeo, J. Cole, Spoon and many more.

Tickets start at $150 per person for a two-day pass with a limited number of VIP passes available for $499 per person plus fees.

For more information and to purchase tickets to Made in America, click the button below.

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Festival Grounds

Concert goers at the Made In America Festival will be able to choose from three stages, a specialized food truck area, merchandise tents and a bevy of beer gardens.

Getting Around

If you are traveling to Philadelphia for Made In America, your best bet is to use public transportation to get to the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. NJ Transit will be operating under the normal weekend schedule and SEPTA will be adding service to the Broad Street and Market-Frankford subway lines during the two-day festival. Late-night service will also be extended on select Regional Rail lines.

In The Neighborhood

The Benjamin Franklin Parkway is not just the setting for the Made In America Festival, it also host some of the country’s top art museums and attractions including the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Barnes Foundation and the Franklin Institute.

Nearby neighborhoods like Fairmount and Spring Garden offer fantastic dining options and relaxed nightlife for those looking for something to do after the show. For more in the area, check out our neighborhood guide below.

Guide to Fairmount

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