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One of the most exciting music festivals in the country is once again set to turn Philly’s Benjamin Franklin Parkway into one big, thrilling party. The Made in America Festival, established by hip-hop legend and businessman Jay-Z back in 2012, goes down this Labor Day weekend, September 1st and 2nd, and if you’re attending be sure to swing by aMuse just a stroll away for a world-class meal during the occasion!

The 2018 Made in America Festival

The Made in America Festival features an eclectic mix of hip-hop, R&B, alternative rock and pop, EDM, and other musical genres as delivered by both established big-name performers and red-hot up-and-comers. That lineup comes hand-selected by Jay-Z himself, and in past years has included everyone from Pearl Jam and Nine Inch Nails to Kanye West, Beyoncé, and Kendrick Lamar. The festival’s founder has made plenty of appearances, both on stage and grooving along in the crowd.

This year’s list of performers certainly keeps Made in America’s high standards going. Among the acts are Nicki Minaj, Post Malone, Meek Mill, Diplo, Zedd, Alessia Cara, Miguel, and Janelle Monáe.

Beyond the Music at Made in America

The concerts, of course, are the meat of the Made in America Festival, but you’ve got other enticements as well, including a noteworthy spread of nosh: from classic fairground fare to local gourmet food carts. Amusement rides help round out the entertainment possibilities.

Beyond the Music has plenty of heart, too: Check out Cause Village to learn more about the initiatives of dozens of activist organizations and charities.

Dine at aMuse During the 2018 Made in America Festival

As we alluded to above, you’ve certainly got some on-site eats to enjoy as a Made in America festivalgoer, but for the finest of Philly feasts and an exceptional atmosphere we hope you’ll mosey over to our French bistro just a stone’s throw from the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. Our elegant European cuisine will take a day out and about in the City of Brotherly Love that’s already been made memorable courtesy of topnotch live music into unforgettable territory. And if you’ve got a large crew in tow, fear not: We’re well set up for group dining as well.

Make your reservation at aMuse for Labor Day weekend and the Made in America Festival today—and hey, if you happen to bump into Jay-Z during the proceedings, feel free to invite him along for a bistro-style lunch or dinner!


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