Made in America Festival in Philly Includes Rihanna, Coldplay, Weezy & More; Get Tickets Here!
Just when you thought the music festival circuit for this summer couldn't get any bigger, Budweiser's Made in America Festival has taken it to the next level. The four-year-old festival will launch this year over Labor Day Weekend in Philadelphia, and headliners include Rihanna, Coldplay, 2 Chainz, Lil Wayne, Chance The Rapper, Grimes, Bryson Tiller, Travi$ Scott, Tory Lanez, A$AP Ferg and many more.
Tickets for Made in America went on sale last month, with primary tickets for the two-day event going for $162 a pop. On the resale market, tickets are averaging $285, with the cheapest pass up for grabs for $180.
Compared to other festivals this summer, the Jay Z-curated event boasts one of the most affordable festival tickets, and the lineup is certainly nothing to squawk at. To compare, other mixed-genres festivals posted pricier passes. A pass to this year's Firefly in Dover, Delaware went for $285 while Governor's Ball went for $295. Topping them all, Bonnaroo boasted a whopping get-in price of $346, according to data provided by ticket aggregator TiqIQ.
Made in America's roster of acts includes a diverse blend of indie, hip-hop, rock, and punk with names likes Basement, Touché Amoré, Honduras, Kevin Devine, Aaron West & The Roaring Twenties, From Indian Lakes, Into It. Over It. and Levi Carter rounding out the second half of the bill. The 2015 lineup of the festival featured the largest lineup of any Made In America Festival at the time, with 2016's bill giving it a run for its money. Headliners last summer included Beyoncé, The Weeknd, Bassnectar, Modest Mouse, Axwell and Ingrosso and J. Cole.
Rihanna and Coldplay have two of 2016's biggest North American tours. Rihanna's "Anti" World Tour and Coldplay's A Head Full of Dreams have been easily two of the year's most anticipated runs. As it stands, Coldplay's North American trek is averaging $264 on the resale market.