Budweiser’s Made in America Fest Takes Over NYC on Father’s Day


Budweiser’s Made in America Festival Takes Over The Statue of Liberty & Governors Island on Sunday, June 21st

The Budweiser Made in America Festival will taking over two New York City landmarks – The Statue of Liberty and Governor’s Island to present two unique concerts. Call these ‘pre-gaming’ for the official Budweiser Made in America Festival which will take place in Philadelphia on September 5 and September 6.

The first show, the big show dubbed Made in America Statue of Liberty (which is already sold-out) will feature a performance by legendary R&B singer Mary J. Blige.

According to the festival’s official site, due to the overwhelming response to the Mary J. show, they have added a second ‘macro’ experience on Governors Island the same night. This concert, which is free (but you must register to win tickets), will feature performances by EDM superstars Big Gigantic, autotone auteur T. Pain, and white indie-alt sensations, Misterwives. If you want to enter to win free tickets, you absolutely must register by clicking here.

The line-up for this year’s Budweiser Made in America Festival have not been announced yet, so we suggest following their Facebook and Twitter for details.

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