See you next year.
Written and Photos by: Calligrafist
Made In America weekend returned to The City of Brotherly Love this past Labor Day weekend.
The two-day festival, curated by JAY-Z, brought more than 80,000 people to Philly’s Benjamin Franklin Parkway. On opening day (Sep. 3), CMG newcomer Glorilla rocked the Freedom stage whole JID brought the energy in front of the Liberty crowd from the stage to a light pole in a sea full of hyped spectators.
Over on the Rocky stage, Pusha T returned to the festival with another legendary performance. Lil Uzi Vert and Jazmine Sullivan both repped their hometown, and Tyler, The Creator closed out the evening with an epic performance.
Don Toliver brought the vibes on Day 2 (Sep. 4) before Nigerian superstar Burna Boy delivered a fiery set of hits in front of a sold-out crowd. There was strong Latinx representation on the final night for Bad Bunny, who was the first Latin headliner in the fest’s 10 year history.