Rihanna and Coldplay are once again sharing the stage at the “Budweiser Made In America” festival! They have been announced as the headliners with ColleGrove, Jamie xx, Chance The Rapper, Martin Garrix, Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros, Grimes, DJ Khaled, Adventure Club, Madeon,Bryson Tiller, Gary Clark Jr, Travi$ Scott, DJ Mustard, SZA, A$AP Ferg, Tory Lanez, St. Lucia, Tchami, Anna Lunoe, Desiigner, Grits & Biscuits, LIL UZI VERT, Banks & Steelz, PLayboi Carti, Chris Malinchak, Disciples, Sleepy Tom, Lil Yachty, Justine Skye, Dorothy, Kevin Garrett, Flat White, Bibi Bourelly, Fat White Family, Kodak Black, Gallant, SG Lewis, Basement, Touché Amoré, Honduras, Sir The Baptist,Manolo Rose, NVOY, Kacy Hill, Car Seat Headrest, Dave East, Sophie Beem, Kevin Devine, Day Wave, Show Me The Body, Miya Folick, Cherry Glazerr, Watch the Duck, Colter Wall, Aaron West & The Roaring Twenties, From Indian Lakes, Symone, C-Kan, Porches, Denzel Curry, Into It. Over It., and Levi Carter also sharing the stage!
The festival was curated by Jay-Z and will see performances across Labor Day Weekend in Philadelphia. Performances will be live streamed in their entirety on TIDAL. The concert will benefit United Ways in Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey and Berks County. A primary goal of this music festival is to bring a positive impact on the communities involved. As a result of this year’s Budweiser Made in America festival, United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey will invest $300,000 into initiatives that enhance cradle-to-career education that ensures all students graduate high school college- or career-ready, and that equip individuals with the job skills and training they need to secure work that provides a family-sustaining income. The festival will also enable United Way of Berks County to invest an additional $100,000 in local programs and initiatives centered on early grade reading proficiency, as well as efforts targeting the focus areas of education, financial stability, health and safety net services. Each year, the festival has been able to help out more than 100,00 Berks Countians and this year will be no different.
The festival has an amazing lineup and donates to a great cause so be sure to grab your tickets for an unforgettable this Labor Day Weekend!