Made In America: Day 2 Roundup
September 1, 2014
Day two of Made In America Festival in Philly went from 0 to 100 real quick, with artists like YG and Mimosa opening up the stage, setting the day up to be an epic ass affair. Mother Nature had other plans, however, after a rain storm had fans running for the hills decked out in ponchos and stank faces.
Live Nation finally commented on the situation, releasing a statement an hour after the tsunami hit, saying,
“The City of Philadelphia, Roc Nation, Live Nation along with Budweiser have been notified that the weather is moving out of the area and doors are reopening. People should return calmly to the nearest entrance. Programming will resume shortly.”
Upon return to the event, festival-goers were informed that the lineup would be altered fairly dramatically, as set times for the nights biggest acts got pushed back some 2 hours. After the madness died down, the nights headliners finally took the stage and the like of Girl Talk, Pharrell, Tiesto and Kings of Leon aimed to give fans the show they were waiting for. Check out photos from the second day of the event below.
Kings Of Leon
Kanye West Closes LA’s MIA
L.A. the people have spoken! No major incidents just GREAT music.70k 2 days. Philly 3x Made in America. In the heart of both cities! 90k.
— Mr. Carter (@S_C_) September 1, 2014
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