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Iconic Philly Food at Made in America Music Festival (Slideshow)

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Iconic Philly Food at Made in America Music Festival

Wild Bill's made these custom cups for Made in America.

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Beers

Attendees had their choice of various Budweiser products to imbibe at the festival.

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Vacationer

The Philly natives opened the festival on Sunday afternoon.

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Ben & Jerry's

Ice cream was welcome treat on the hot summer days.

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Budweiser Bars

The festival grounds offered a great view of the Philadelphia skyline while you ordered a beer.

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Philly Cheesesteak

Naturally.

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Vendors

Beer and water were sold throughout the festival grounds so attendees didn't have to miss a second of the music.

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Chickie's and Pete's

Festival-goers were powerless against the smell of Old Bay coming from the Chickie's and Pete's crab fry booth.

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Bleachers

Up-and-comers Bleachers, featuring frontman Jack Antonoff of Fun. and Steel Train, played at the Rocky stage on Sunday afternoon.

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Festival Grounds

A statue of George Washington sits in the middle of the festival grounds, located on Benjamin Franklin Parkway adjacent to the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

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Federal Soft Pretzels

The Philly-style soft pretzels made for a perfect grab-and-go snack between bands.

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Lil' Trent’s

The truck was serving the Philadelphia signature sandwich over the weekend.

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Rides

In the middle of the festival, people could take a ride on this thing, which seems like a great idea until about the third beer.

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Pulled Chicken Sandwich

Philadelphia food truck Vernalicious was serving pulled chicken and pork sandwiches, hummus and pita, grilled cheese, and jalapeño potato salad.

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Rocky Stage

The Rocky stage and its namesake, the Rocky stairs.

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Budweiser Bar

If attendees needed a break from the sun and somewhere comfy to sit, they could stop by under the trees, grab a beer, and sit back on one of the many couches in this shady oasis.

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Soda

Wild Bill's served their soda in flavors such as sarsaparilla six shooter, Rocky Mountain root beer, and outlaw orange cream. For a few extra bucks, you could get it in this Made in America custom cup.

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Danny Brown

Rapper Danny Brown performed Sunday afternoon, leaving a few eardrums feeling the bass for much of the day.

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Soul Food

Soul food truck GiGi and Big R served chicken and fish, in a platter or on a sandwich, with a variety of sides.

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Rice and Beans

GiGi and Big R offered rice and beans, collard greens, and green beans to vegetarian festival-goers.

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Tacos

Jose Garces' Distrito Cantina served a variety of tacos, including these carne tacos topped with shredded cabbage.

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Water Ice

A Philadelphia staple, water ice, was a popular item on the hot afternoon.

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Pharrell

Once the rain had passed, Pharrell and his dancers performed on the wet stage for happy fans.

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Iconic Philly Food at Made in America Music Festival (Slideshow)

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