Bill Clinton Hangs Out With Jay Z, Beyonce at Philly's Made in America 2016

Bill Clinton - Made in America - Chance The Rapper - Getty - H - 2016
Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Anheuser-Busch

Chance the Rapper later led the audience in singing Happy Birthday to "Queen B," who turned 35 on Sunday.

Former President Bill Clinton on Sunday made a surprise appearance at the Made in America festival in Philadelphia.

He stopped by the annual music fest to register people to vote in the upcoming presidential election.

While Clinton was there, he took photos and chatted with festivalgoers. He also was seen chatting backstage with Jay Z, Beyonce, Chance the Rapper and Kelly Rowland.


Happy bday Bey

A photo posted by Adam Schultz (@schultzinit) on



Mr. Carter

A photo posted by ??? ?????s?? (@jd1800) on

The Budweiser Made in America Festival, now in its fifth year, is a Labor Day tradition in Philadelphia.

Seventy artists are performing on multiple stages during the two-day event, which began on Saturday.

Beyonce and Jay-Z later caught the final acts, including Coldplay and Chance the Rapper, who led the audience in singing "Happy Birthday" to "Queen B," who turned 35 on Sunday. The couple were joined by Malia and Sasha Obama, Carmelo and Lala Anthony and Kelly Rowland as they watched along with the crowd.