Pusha T, Tekashi 6ix9ine & Lil Skies Added To Jay-Z's "MADE IN AMERICA" Festival

MADE IN AMERICA festival just announced the addition of rappers Pusha T and Tekashi 6ix9ine to their lineup. Canadian RnB signer, Daniel Caesar, and Lil Skies will also be joining the festival headliners Nicki Minaj and Post Malone. The rest of the lineup is straight fire, composed of artists like Meek Mill, 6lack, Ty Dolla $ign, Rich The Kid, Preme, Janelle Monáe, Sabrina Claudio and more.  

The event, curated by Jay-Z, will take place in Philadelphia for its seventh year. MADE IN AMERICA festival will be taking over Benjamin Franklin Parkway this labor day weekend, September 1-2. This comes as great news since a change of location had been previously reported.

TIDAL will also be live-streaming the shows for the subscribers who wish to engage with the event from a distance. The TIDAL members of the platform who do attend the festival in person will have access to extra perks onsite. The benefits include fast-track entrance, access to the TIDAL lounge kept fresh with air conditioning, seating, and complimentary phone charging. Artist meet and greets, ticket upgrades, limited-edition merchandise are also part of the deal.

Fans and attendees can stay in the loop through the MADE IN AMERICA website in addition to their mobile app.