Made In America festival
The Made In America Festival is set to hit the City of Brotherly Love for its 10th annual event this September. We’ve gotten confirmation that the headliners will be none other than Tyler, The Creator and Reggaeton’s biggest artist, Bad Bunny.
Jay-Z's Made In America Festival will mark its tenth year this Labor Day weekend in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The two-day concert event announced the dates on Tuesday and made tickets available for those looking to get a headstart on attending.
Jay-Z's Made In America Festival is back, and Lil Baby will be headlining. Also at the top of the bill is Justin Bieber while other performers already include Megan Thee Stallion, Lil Durk and Bobby Shmurda, amongst others.
In a statement released to the public, Jay-Z professed his excitement and let everyone know that expectations for the event should be high.
You knew this was going to happen. Jay-Z's annual Made In America Festival had been cancelled this year due to the coronavirus.
The Made In America Festival returns for its fifth year to the city of Philadelphia, and once again will provide fans an opportunity to witness the festivities without having to actually be on the grounds. The MIA festival will be live streamed and we have them laid out for you courtesy of TIDAL.
The Made In America Festival is back, and 2019’s headliners are Cardi B and Travis Scott. And yes, despite last year’s drama, it’s back in Philadelphia.
Nicki Minaj was Sunday night’s headliner at the annual Made In America Festival in Philadelphia. Besides performing a gang of her hits, she all blessed the crowd with some inadvertent, allegedly, nipple slippage.
If you didn’t make it out to Philly this weekend for the Made In America Festival, you don’t have to miss out. Day 2 of the Jay-Z curated affair will feature performances from Kendrick Lamar, Nicki Minaj, Jay Rock, Sheck Wes, Diplo and more, and is streaming online.
Later this afternoon, TIDAL users and those who haven’t jumped on the streaming service’s bandwagon will be treated to a live stream of this year’s Made In America Festival. Kicking off the first day of the two-day event in the headlining slots are Post Malone and Meek Mill.
Kendrick Lamar has been added to an already stacked lineup for this year’s Made In America festival in Philadelphia. While details remain scant at the moment, the TDE superstar promises a “very special set” for the performance.
In a joint statement with Roc Nation, Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney says the Made In America festival will remain in the city for the foreseeable future. Just last week, it appeared that the annual music festival would have to look for a new home due to losing a large sponsor.