Day two of Made in America felt sleepy. Festival-goers seemed to be struggling to wake up after a Saturday of music and dancing. Artists including Angelica Villa, Phantoms, Blueface, and Jacob Banks kicked off the day across all four stages.
Made In America Festival
Saturday afternoon in the mid-80s. The sun reflected off of the glittered arms of teens walking towards the Made in America Festival main entrance. Rather than cars, young people filled the Philadelphia’s Benjamin Franklin Parkway. All were eager to see the 22 artists spread across four stages on day one of the two-day festival.
Made in America is the annual music festival that brings summer to an end on Labor Day weekend, but this time due to the weather it seemed as if summer had already passed.