Thursday, February 11, 2016

Where to drink near the Made in America Festival

Twelve ideas. On Labor Day weekend, the Ben Franklin Parkway will get an infusion of excitement when the Jay Z-produced Budweiser Made in America festival takes over. Starting at noon on both Saturday and Sunday (Aug. 31 and Sept. 1), fans will be treated to live music concerts from a diverse lineup of pop, rock and rap artists. The area will be roped off and open only to ticket-holders (you can buy one- or two-day passes), and once you enter, you can't leave. However, if you're not on the inside of the gated area, there are still plenty of places nearby to grab a drink - and some great specials, too.

Where to drink near the Made in America Festival

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On Labor Day weekend, the Parkway will host the Jay Z-produced Budweiser Made in America Festival. Starting at noon Saturday and Sunday (Aug. 31 and Sept. 1), fans will be treated to concerts from a diverse lineup of pop, rock and rap artists. The area will be open only to ticketholders, but there are plenty of places nearby to grab a drink - and great specials, too. See more Made in America coverage here.

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