Beyonce headlined this year's Made in America Festival on Aug. 31, and performed songs "Single Ladies," "Crazy in Love" and "Halo."
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
Fresh off three MTV VMA wins, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis played to an enthusiastic crowd on the final day of the Made in America Festival. "You should always hold your government under scrutiny, but in 2012, there's been a change in times of equality," Macklemore told attendees during "Same Love."
French group Phoenix continued to make the summer festival rounds, dropping by Philly for a rousing set that included "1901," "Entertainment" and "Lisztomania." Frontman Thomas Mars even took the audience for a ride at the end.
Deadmau5 took over Philadelphia's Benjamin Franklin Parkway with a 90-minute set on Aug. 31.
Kendrick Lamar turned up the heat with hits like "Money Trees," "Poetic Justice" and "Backseat (Freestyle)" during his afternoon set on Day 2 of the music festival.
"Radioactive" band Imagine Dragons stopped by the Made in America Festival after touring overseas.
Wiz Khalifa sang "Roll Up" to his wife, Amber Rose, during his set at the music festival.
Rapper 2 Chainz performed at the annual two-day music festival held in Philadelphia and founded by Jay Z and Steve Stoute in 2012.
Fitz and the Tantrums
Los Angeles-based indie pop band Fitz and the Tantrums kicked off Day 2 of Philadelphia's Made in America Festival with an afternoon set that included songs off their sophomore album, More Than Just a Dream.
Queens of the Stone Age
Queens of the Stone Age, who released their latest album ...Like Clockwork earlier this summer, brought rock music to the Philadelphia fest.
Rapper A$AP Rocky performed at the second annual Made in America Festival in Philadelphia. On Aug. 30, Showtime acquired a Made in America documentary about the 2012 festival that will air on Oct. 11.
Solange, Beyonce's sister, heated up the Liberty Stage during the final day of this year's Made in America music fest.
Empire of the Sun
Australian electronic group Empire of the Sun electrified the Made in America Festival crowd with "Alive."
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