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Migos, J. Cole, Vic Mensa and more: Photos from Made in America 2017 – PennLive.com

Budweiser’s Made in America Festival had a rainy start on Sept. 2.

The Philadelphia music festival kicked off its two-day event with rather abysmal weather, but the crowd didn’t let it get them down.

Thousands came out to the festival, which runs the length of the Benjamin Franklin Parkway from around 20th street and up to the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

While we didn’t get a chance to photograph all of the acts on the first day of Made in America, we did get photos of headliner J. Cole as well as Kaskade, Migos, Vic Mensa, Sampha, Lizzo and Mt. Joy.

We also took a lot of photos of the crowd as they danced, sang and partied.

You can see all of our photographs in the gallery at the top of this post.

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Made in America continues Sept. 3 and will feature performances by Jay-Z, Marshmello, The Chainsmokers, Run the Jewels, PNB Rock and A R I Z O N A. For more information on Made in America, visit madeinamericafest.com.

Planning on going to the final day of Made in America? Be sure to read the story at the link below, it’ll fill you in on things like how to get there via SEPTA and what you can and cannot bring into the festival.

Here’s what you need to know before going to Made in America

If Made in America isn’t your thing, there’s still plenty of things to do in Philadelphia.

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Want more stories about Philly? Click here for all our coverage of the City of Brotherly Love.

Migos, J. Cole, Vic Mensa and more: Photos from Made in America 2017 – PennLive.com

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