Iconic Philly Food at Made in America Music Festival from Iconic Philly Food at Made in America Music Festival (Slideshow)
Iconic Philly Food at Made in America Music Festival (Slideshow)
Iconic Philly Food at Made in America Music Festival
Wild Bill's made these custom cups for Made in America.
Attendees had their choice of various Budweiser products to imbibe at the festival.
The Philly natives opened the festival on Sunday afternoon.
Ben & Jerry's
Ice cream was welcome treat on the hot summer days.
The festival grounds offered a great view of the Philadelphia skyline while you ordered a beer.
Beer and water were sold throughout the festival grounds so attendees didn't have to miss a second of the music.
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.
Up-and-comers Bleachers, featuring frontman Jack Antonoff of Fun. and Steel Train, played at the Rocky stage on Sunday afternoon.
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.
Federal Soft Pretzels
The Philly-style soft pretzels made for a perfect grab-and-go snack between bands.
The truck was serving the Philadelphia signature sandwich over the weekend.
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.
Pulled Chicken Sandwich
Philadelphia food truck Vernalicious was serving pulled chicken and pork sandwiches, hummus and pita, grilled cheese, and jalapeño potato salad.
The Rocky stage and its namesake, the Rocky stairs.
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.
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.
Rapper Danny Brown performed Sunday afternoon, leaving a few eardrums feeling the bass for much of the day.
Soul food truck GiGi and Big R served chicken and fish, in a platter or on a sandwich, with a variety of sides.
Rice and Beans
GiGi and Big R offered rice and beans, collard greens, and green beans to vegetarian festival-goers.
Jose Garces' Distrito Cantina served a variety of tacos, including these carne tacos topped with shredded cabbage.
A Philadelphia staple, water ice, was a popular item on the hot afternoon.
Once the rain had passed, Pharrell and his dancers performed on the wet stage for happy fans.