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Made in America Festival Information, Schedule, Road Closures, Video Stream, etc.
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/01/12 1:40 am | updated: 09/01/12 1:40 am
 
The Budweiser Made in America Festival is here and ready to go, but if you are looking for some last minute information here are the answers to some questions about public transit, road closures, the schedule, even a video stream so you can just stay at home.

Very basic info: It's Rain or Shine. Good to know for Sunday since it'll be raining. You can bring a small umbrella personal umbrella, but I'd encourage just wearing a poncho. They are so much easier to deal with and more fan friendly. You aren't blocking your neighbors' view or poking them in the eye. Bring a factory sealed bottle of water so you can refill it. (buy water at Wawa or 7-11, don't open it until you get in.)

Made in America Concert Shuttle
SEPTA will operate shuttle service between the Mann Music Center (5201 Parkside Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19131) and the Made in America concert site (Kelly Drive at 25th St.).
The shuttle, from the Mann, will operate every 30 minutes from 12 Noon until 5:00 p.m. and then every 60 minutes between 5:00 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.
At the conclusion of the concert, shuttle buses will depart from Kelly Drive at 25th St. for the return trip to the Mann Music Center. Shuttle service will run from end of concert until 11:45 p.m.
Regular SEPTA fares will apply for all trips on the Made in America shuttle.
SEPTA will be selling tokens (2 packs) and One-Day Convenience Passes (good for 8 trips on any bus, trolley, subway route) at the Mann Music Center

SEPTA Regional Rails will be running on normal weekend schedules with no extra trains, don't rely on them for leaving the concert. Extra subway trains will be running after the show every 5 minutes. Visit septa.org for train schedules to plan your trip. There aren't any subway or rail stops close to the Art Museum area, you'll have to use Suburban Station or 30th Street and walk. Race, Fairmount, and Spring Garden on the N. Broad Street line are equal walks too.

Road Closures and No Parking
Expect most of the roads in the area of the Parkway to be closed to traffic as well as street parking.

Made in America Street Closures
Street Closures Map

Schedule for Saturday and Sunday

Saturday, September 1st
Rocky Stage (Main)
2:00-2:45 Gary Clark Jr.
3:30-4:25 Maybach Music Group
5:00-5:45 D'Angelo
6:15-7:00 Passion Pit
7:45-8:30 Miike Snow
9:30-11:00 Jay-Z

Liberty Stage
2:45-3:30 Prince Royce
4:15-5:00 Janelle Monae
7:00-7:45 Dirty Projectors
8:30-9:30 Skrillex

Freedom Tent
2:40-3:20 Savoy
3:20-4:00 Otto Knows
4:20-5:20 Michael Woods
5:40-6:40 Funkagenda
7:00-8:30 Calvin Harris

Sunday, September 2nd
Rocky Stage
2:45-3:30 Santigold
4:15-5:00 Jill Scott
5:45-6:30 Run DMC
7:15-8:15 Drake
9:00-11:00 Pearl Jam

Liberty Stage
2:00-2:45 The Hives
3:30-4:15 Rita Ora
6:30-7:15 Odd Future
8:15-9:00 X

Freedom Tent
2:00-2:40 Milkman
2:40-3:20 The Knocks
3:20-4:00 Burns
4:00-4:40 Betatraxx
5:00-6:00 DJ Shadow
6:20-7:20 Alesso
7:40-9:00 Afrojack

Video Stream
If you can't make it out, or don't want to deal with the crowds, sit back and relax and watch the show at home youtube.com/budmadeinamerica.

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