Meek Mill rocked the main stage (Rocky Stage) at the Made In America Festival and didn’t even mention Drake. There was no need to as the hometown hero ran through his catalog of hits and brought out Nicki Minaj for good measure.
Budweiser’s Made In America Festival in Philadelphia is around the corner, but there is another show that will serve as a prelude. Mary J. Blige kicked off the summer by rocking Liberty Island in NYC and on August 15, E-40 will be performing at Crissy Field in San Francisco.
You just knew Jay Z’s TIDAL music streaming service would be implemented into the 2015 Budweiser Made In America (MIA) Festival that the rapper turned mogul curates. Today (July 20), MIA announced that a TIDAL Stage has been added to showcase new, up and coming artists at the two-day music festival.
Saturday (August 30) music fans of all genres representing all races and creeds flocked to Philadelphia for the East Coast iteration of the 2014 Budweiser Made In America Festival.
For a third consecutive year, Budweiser and Jay Z’s Made In America Festival will close the summer on high note during Labor Day weekend. But this time, the elaborate show will impact not only Philadelphia, but Los Angeles as well.
Jay Z will spend all of October on the European leg of his Magna Carter World Tour. Yesterday (September 1) while at the Budweiser Made In America festival, the rapper/mogul, and Live Nation, announced that he will be adding North American dates to the tour, too.