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It was announced today (June 14) that the highly anticipated Made In America Festival will return to Benjamin Franklin Parkway, boasting an incredible lineup. Since its inception, the can’t miss festival has brought the biggest names in music and up-and-coming superstars to the City of Brotherly Love, serving as a staple for Labor Day weekend.

With community central to the Made In America experience, the event has generated over $180 million in economic impact for the city of Philadelphia since the inaugural two-day concert in 2012. This year Cause Village will be returning, to showcase and support the incredible work of various organizations that focus on an array of causes ranging from education, voter registration, animal welfare, LGBTQIA+ rights, arts & culture, social justice, mental health, and more.

On the festival’s official Instagram page, the star-studded lineup for this years festivities were announced. The full lineup includes headliners SZA and Lizzo (this marks the first time that both headliners for the festival are women) and performances from Miguel, Tems, Metro Boomin, Ice Spice, Coi Leray, Latto, Lil Yachty, Doechii, Lola Brooke, Coco Jones, Paris Texas, TiaCorine, Eem Triplin, Flau’jae Johnson, Tanerélle, Weston Estate. There will also be a special joint set by the hosts of the “It Is What It Is” podcast, legendary Harlem rappers Mase and Cam’ron.

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This year, Jay-Z’s Made In America (who have partnered with D’usse, HUD, United States Virgin Islands and White Claw) will take place on September 2nd and 3rd. To find out more about the festival and to purchase tickets, visit Share your thoughts about the lineup in the comments and let us know if you plan on pulling up!