The Made in America Music Festival, Jay Z and Live Nation’s annual two-day extravaganza, nestled along Philly’s iconic Benjamin Franklin Parkway, was an explosive celebration of today’s pop-culture, music, art, and even had a call to social action sprinkled in for good measure. Independent Philly’s review of the 2019 festival.
Made in America, Day 1: In its sixth consecutive year, the Budweiser Made in America Festival landed on the Ben Franklin Parkway in Philly this past Labor Day Weekend. The two-day festival once again featured huge headlining acts like ‘J Cole’, ‘The Chainsmokers’, and the man himself, ‘Jay Z’. The festival featured five stages of music with performances beginning at […]Read More
Returning for its fourth consecutive year, the Budweiser Made in America Festival descended on the Ben Franklin Parkway this past Labor Day Weekend (September 5-6) for another round of top notch music and festivities. Compared to its previous runs, this year’s total capacity saw an enormous increase to a total of 70,000 tickets sold per […]Read More
The October edition of Twurkaholics was held at Soundgarden Hall on Wednesday, October 30th. The ‘Day of the Dead’ themed party featured a triple billing of headliners: Mexicans With Guns, Willy Joy, and Just Blaze in addition to Twurkaholics mainstays Ethan Dubb, Schmohawk, Oddzilla, and MC, Buddy Leezle. We’re not going to bore you by […]Read More
Let’s begin our tale of Budweiser Made in America Festival 2013 by looking back at Made in America Festival 2012. The first year of the festival featured headliners Jay Z and Pearl Jam and we thoroughly enjoyed the music and the experience, for the most part. Made in America promoter Live Nation said the 2012 […]Read More