With only a little over a month left until Made in America, it’s only right we prepare you for all the greatness you are bound to encounter. This is RESPECT.’s guide to Made in America 2015:
-Be fully prepared to walk. A lot! Benjamin Franklin Parkway is a big location and MIA is making sure they use every inch of it. There will be plenty of artists to check out and most of them will be on different stages. You want to be comfortable but look fly? Get you some Yeezy Boosts (ya’ll like that huh?)
-Bring lots of money with you. You are going to want to drink, eat and then do it all over again. Trust us.
-Come with friends! MIA is an awesome festival and should NOT be enjoyed alone. Plus who is going to take all those fly pics of you?!
-Last but not least, expect to hear music from some of your favorite artists, not so favorites and many that you haven’t discovered yet. MIA is a mash-up of the best artists from all genres and it makes for a good experience. You come in expecting one thing and walk away with some really awesome, unforgettable memories. If you didn’t know, here are some of the artists that will be performing this year:
- Beyonce (YASSSSS)
- The Weeknd *Swoons*
- Meek Mill
- Future (DS2 Live? Umm, yes PLEASE)
- Lola Wolf (Who Doesn’t Love Zoe Kravitz?)
- Nick Jonas
- Mick Jenkins
- Grits & Biscuits (They get LIVE)
- J. Cole (Classic)
- Vic Mensa
- De La Soul (Hip Hop Vets!)
- Any So MANY MORE!
If you haven’t already, buy your tickets here! Let Made in America be the best ending to your summer.
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