Made in America Festival 2021: Justin Bieber, Baby Lil, Megan Sanma and Roddy Ritchie are the main performers
Pop star Justin Bieber will make his debut at this year’s American Manufacturing Festival, when the two-day annual music event returns to Philadelphia on Labor Day weekend.
Lil Baby, Megan Thee Stallion, Roddy Ricch and Doja Cat will also be the protagonists of the 2021 festival, which is scheduled to be held on Benjamin Franklin Parkway from September 4th to 5th.
So far, other performers selected for this year’s lineup include Lil Durk, A$AP Ferg, Bobby Shmurda, Freddie Gibbs, Baby Keem, Moneybagg Yo, Tinashe, Morray, 42 Dugg and East Gee. Festival organizers said that other performances will be announced later.
Bieber’s American Made Festival appeared after his latest album “Justice” was released in March. The two-time Grammy Award winner plans to return to Philadelphia next June to perform at the Wells Fargo Center as part of his new record tour.
Like Bieber, Lil Baby will make its first multi-stage music festival after releasing a new album “Voice of Heroes” with Lil Durk this month.
This year’s American Manufacturing Festival will not be the first time for several artists. Megan Thee Stallion, Roddy Ricch and Freddie Gibbs have all performed at the last event held in 2019. A$AP Ferg participated in American manufacturing twice in 2016 and 2018.
The 2021 event will benefit the Pennsylvania ACLU as its official charity partner. Part of the net income will also be used for REFORM Alliance.
The two-day pass for this year’s festival is as low as $150 Active website.
Since 2012, Made in America has been held by Jay-Z and Roc Nation together with Live Nation on Labor Day weekend in Philadelphia. Festival organizers stated that the event had an economic impact of more than 135 million U.S. dollars for the city.
This 2020 Made in America Festival is cancelled Due to the COVID-19 pandemic last summer and civil unrest across the country.
Festival organizer Announced last month The event will return on this Labor Day weekend after a one-year interruption. Tickets for last year’s concert are valid for this year’s music festival.
In the past year, the COVID-19 pandemic has almost shut down concerts, forcing musicians and venues to postpone or cancel performances.
But with the relaxation of restrictions and more people being vaccinated, many artists and venues are preparing to return to live performances in the near future.
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