Budweiser Made in America Festival will return to Philadelphia for its fifth season this Labor Day weekend with a star-studded lineup and a slew of festivities mixing food, technology and design.
Curated by Jay Z, the musical lineup includes a Who's Who of acts which include: headliners Rihanna and Coldplay joined by ColleGrove (2 Chainz and Lil Wayne), Jamie xx, Chance The Rapper, Martin Garrix, Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros, Grimes, DJ Khaled, Adventure Club, Madeon, Bryson Tiller, Gary Clark Jr, Travi$ Scott, DJ Mustard, SZA, A$AP Ferg and more.
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"Budweiser invests in fan experiences at music festivals because they have become more than just places to hear live music -- they are cultural moments where people expect to also experience their other passion points, like food, design, technology, and of course, ice cold Buds," said Ricardo Marques, vice president on Budweiser in a statement to Billboard. "Budweiser Made in America will cap off an enormous season for Budweiser, during which we celebrated the most American summer of this generation. Returning to historical Philadelphia this Labor Day weekend will be the perfect send-off party."
The festival's Rocky, Liberty and Tidal stages will be live streamed entirely on Tidal. The show will benefit United Ways in Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey and Berks County, PA for educational and health initiatives.
Budweiser Made in America will take over Benjamin Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia, PA from Saturday, Sept. 3 to Sunday, Sept. 4. Tidal members can purchase tickets starting Wednesday (June 22) at 10 a.m. ET by logging into their accounts; tickets will be available for the general public on Monday, June 27 at 10 a.m. ET.
Beyonce and The Weekend served as last year's M.I.A. Fest headliners.
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