Ticket purchase limits are Eight (8) 2-Day passes per person.
All sales are final. Orders are binding and not subject to change.
The following items will be prohibited from entering the venue.
NO Glass containers / NO Drugs / NO Alcohol / NO Animals (Except Service Animals per ADA guidelines) / NO Weapons (regardless of permit) / NO Lawn Chairs / NO unauthorized Vending of Products / NO Fireworks / NO Bicycles, Scooters, Skateboards or Motorized Vehicles / NO Glow Sticks / NO Food or drinks / NO Audio or Video Recording / NO Coolers (hard or soft unless for medical reasons) / NO Instruments / NO Professional Cameras / NO Laser Pointers / NO Spray Paint / NO Balls, Balloons, Frisbees / NO Fireworks / NO backpacks except those SMALLER THAN 12×12 in. NO EXCEPTIONS. / NO Bottles or Cans / NO Sealed Packages / NO Ladders and, Stepstools / Botta Bags or Camelbacks ONLY EMPTY / NO Flags, Signs or Banners regardless of size / Water Bottles: Philadelphia – Empty aluminum and factory sealed bottles up to 1 liter / NO Smoking
“Made In America” is an all-ages event. However, to enter the festival beer garden areas, you must be 21+ and have valid photo ID.
Yes, there will be free filtered water service onsite with many stations.
Fans can enjoy a variety of appetizing food choices from traditional festival and fair food to gourmet food trucks. More details about the “Made In America” culinary experience coming soon.
All sales are final. There will be no reissues for lost or stolen tickets. The event is rain or shine. Ticket is for the ” Made In America” festival – not for a specific artist. Artists and schedule subject to change without notice. Artist cancellation is not grounds for refund.
Yes, the site will be ADA compliant.
Check back soon for more information re: “Made In America’s” Green Program.
JAY Z personally curates the eclectic mix of artists performing at “Made In America.”
The best place to enjoy a show is without a doubt inside the venue. The “Made In America” team features some of the most talented audio engineers and visual artists in the industry using state of the art production technology, all of which go into giving fans on the festival grounds the best possible concert experience. Fans that do not have a ticket will be directed away by security. No loitering around the perimeter will be allowed.
There is absolutely NO smoking of any kind permitted on Festival grounds.
For more information on where to stay in Philadelphia and more detailed information about your stay, visit www.visitphilly.com
“Made In America” will have extensive security and medical staff onsite. If, at any time during the festival you need any assistance, seek out the medical tent, or look for a nearby security officer or festival staff member. Security is of paramount importance, as it is our priority to provide a safe and enjoyable weekend for all of our guests.
Yes, you can bike to “Made in America”! Check back soon for our full bicycle plan that will include where you can stow your bike while you’re at the festival.
Aside from walking, Philadelphia’s excellent transit system is the best way to get around town. SEPTA is the most comprehensive bus/subway/commuter-rail system in the United States. SEPTA’s vast network of bus, subway, and trolley commuter services will get you anywhere you need to go or at least very close. Find and map your route at www.septa.org.
Philadelphia International Airport is located seven (7) miles from downtown Philadelphia and serves over 25 airlines. Southwest offers daily nonstop flights from cities such as Chicago, Las Vegas, Orlando, Phoenix, Providence and Tampa Bay, etc. Travelers can also take advantage of direct or connecting service from 31 other destinations, such as Ft. Lauderdale, Los Angeles, Oakland, Houston and Seattle. The Airport is easily accessible from Interstates 76, 95, and 476. In addition, rail service to the Airport is available on SEPTA’S High Speed Aiport Line train that operates from 5:25 AM until 11:25 PM daily, every 30 minutes, with easy connections to 30th Street Station (1.2 miles from the festival site)
30th St Station is the main train station serving Philadelphia and only 1.2 miles from the “Made In America” festival site. Amtrak, SEPTA and New Jersey Transit all service 30th St Station. Amtrak operates rail service along the Northeast Corridor stretching from Boston to Washington, and other major cities in the United States and Canada. Local train service is provided by SEPTA, which also connects to NJ Transit trains in Trenton, NJ en route to New York. NJ Transit trains also depart from 30th Street Station for Atlantic City, NJ Amtrak, (800) USA-RAIL SEPTA, (215) 580-7800 PATCO, (856) 772-6900 NJ Transit, (800) 772-2222
Philly is just two hours from New York City, 90 minutes from Baltimore, three hours from Washington, D.C. and about an hour from Lancaster County, Atlantic City and the New Jersey shore via major highways. For more information on street closures, parking and security in Philadelphia, please visit: http://bit.ly/1nIfPVj
Philadelphia bus service has daily arrivals from all parts of the country. The Greyhound Bus Terminal is located at 10th and Filbert Streets. Megabus and BoltBus are bus services that offer spacious seating, free Wi-Fi and affordable fares. For more local trips, SEPTA’s bus, trolley and subway services will take you anywhere you want to go in Southeastern Pennsylvania. NJ Transit buses service routes between Philadelphia and South Jersey. Also check out the Chinatown Buses for affordable fares between Philadelphia, New York, Washington, D.C., Baltimore and Boston. For more information: Greyhound Lines (215) 931-4075 Megabus 1-877-GO2-MEGA SEPTA, (215) 580-7800 NJ Transit, (800) 772-2222
For a listing of parking options for “Made In America” visit www.philapark.org. Metered parking in the city is often just 1-4 hours, so we encourage parking in a garage or lot.
Taxis can be found all over Philadelphia and are a fast way to get to your destination. Simply flag one down.