For the past six years, Jay-Z’s curated music festival Made in America has been treating music lovers in Philadelphia to ecelctric lineups that span the best artists in generes from Hip-Hop, R&B, Rock and EDM. Over the years, some of the biggest names in muisc have played the festival like Beyoncé, Pearl Jam, Drake, Kanye West and of course, Jay himself. Here is everything you need to know about the Made in America 2018.
When and where is Philly’s Made in America 2018?
The festival will take place from Saturday September 1st through Sunday September 2nd and will take over Philadelphia’s Benjamin Franklin Parkway.
A scene from last year’s Made in America Festival. Photo Credit Getty Images.
Made in America 2018 lineup
As of right now, the specific lineups for each day have not been released for the Made in America Festival 2018. But no matter how each day is divided up — there are enough amazing acts to go around. From a special headlining sets from “King” Kendrick Lamar and the newly annointed “Queen” Nikki Minaj — Jay really pulled in some favors to make this one of the most stacked hip-hop centric festivals in recent memory. Here is the full lineup for the Made in America 2018…
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Kendrick Lamar, Nicki Minaj, Post Malone, Meek Mill, Diplo, Zedd, Miguel, Janelle Monáe, Alessia Cara, Daniel Caesar, Tekashi 6IX9INE, Pusha T, Fat Joe, 6LACK, Lil Skies, Belly, Ty Dolla $ign, Rich the Kid, Sabrina Claudio, Jessie Reyez, Louis the Child, Tchami, Lil B, Gunna, Cashmere Cat, Snakehips, Juice Wrld, Blocboy JB, SOB X RBE, Sheck Wes, Saint JHN, Jay Park, Saweetie, A$ASP TWELVY, Jai Wolf, TOKIMONSTA, Preme, White Reaper, Clairo, Show Me The Body, Code Orange, Turnstile, SABA, Anna Lunoe, Driver Era, Bloodpop, Maxo Kream, Lost Kings, Injury Reserve, Hobo Johnson & the Lovemakers, Davido, Shorline Mafia, Elohim, Petal, Kweku Collins, Odie, Armani White, Amara La Negra, Buzzy Lee, Mir Fontane, Trouble, JPEGMAFIA, Tyla Yaweh, City Morgue, Louis Futon, Lophile, Wicca Phase Springs Eternal, Orion Sun, ZAHSOSSA
The full day schedules for each day have not been released yet by the festival. But, we will keep you updated when they do.
Made in America 2018 ticket info
Tickets are still available for the Made in America 2018 and there are a few different options for you to choose from. As of right now, there are no single day tickets available. But, to purchase general admission tickets for both days of the festival they will cost you $175 plus fees to attend. If you want to kick things up, VIP tickets for the full festival will cost you $750 before fees for the full weekend. These tickets will include “on-site VIP concierge team and access to the Presidents’ Quarters with air conditioning, a premium cash bar, signature D’USSE cocktails, and a premium selection of food concessions for purchase. Furthermore, VIPs will have access to the VIP viewing deck adjacent to the main Rocky Stage, VIP standing areas located in front of the main Rocky Stage and Liberty Stage, and complimentary Wi-Fi charging stations and photo opportunities.”
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