The Jay-Z curated Made in America Music Festival 2018 invaded Philadelphia, PA on Labor Day weekend. This year the annual MIA Fest was headlined by Nicki Minaj, Kendrick Lamar, Meek Mill and Post Malone. There were five different stages Liberty, Rocky, Freedom, Skate and Tidal stage with artists performing consistently during the two-day festival weekend.
We were in attendance as tons of fans came to see their favorite artists perform. There were tons of additional performances by Tekashi 6ix 9ine, Fat Joe, Saint JHN, Jay Rock, Shoreline Mafia, Janelle Monae, Pusha T, Blocboy JB, Miguel, Alessia Cara, Ty Dolla Sign and many more. We caught up with a few artists performing at the festival including Saweetie, Lil B, Sheck Wes, Amara La Negra, A$AP Twelvyy and more. Stay tuned for their full interviews in the coming weeks.
The weekend was full of food, fun, performances, games and much more. The Tidal tent gave new and existing subscribers a place to enjoy multiple activities. McDonalds was one of the Festival sponsors giving fans free food all weekend long. In addition to introducing the new Sweet N’ Spicy Honey BBQ Glazed Tenders at MIA, McDonald’s also celebrated the original Ronald McDonald House Charity, founded in Philadelphia over 40 years ago, by donating $1 for every McDonald’s festival hashtag used by attendees to its local chapter (up to $5K).
American Airlines, Monster Energy, Ciroc, CITI, PUMA and more were among the sponsors helping to make the MIA Fest even more enjoyable! We had an amazing time and you can heck out the full Made In America Music Festival 2018 recap below.
We made sure to tweet the McDonalds hashtag plus we tried the new McDonald’s Sweet N’ Spicy Honey BBQ Glazed Tenders. They were delicious!
To see more photos from the Made In America Music Festival 2018, head over to MIA Fest on social media.
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(Nicki Minaj Photo courtesy of Rancel Lopez, A$AP Twelvyy & Amara La Negra photos courtesy of MIA Fest)