Pink, U2, Shania, and more are on tap.
The festival headliner will return to town for a Wells Fargo date in December.
The Adam Weiner-led band will play a headlining gig in support of their raucous "Dirty Pictures (Part 1)."
The Brooklyn duo of Arone Dyer on "buke" (a modified baritone ukulele and Aron Sanchez on "gase" (a guitar-bass combo), with chops to spare, should make for an engaging Made In America palate cleanser. Tuesday at Johnny Brenda's.
The Providence, R.I., politically charged rock-and-roll band plays the Budweiser Made in America festival on Sunday.
The rapper and festival curator will once again headline his own festival, closing out the Budweiser Made In America festival on Sunday.
Aussie and Philly guitarists team up, the National celebrates a new album, a bluesman comes to Delaware.
The Budweiser Made in America festival is back for its sixth Labor Day weekend in Philadelphia. Who do you need to see besides J.Cole and Jay-Z?
Scroll down the schedule and see that the local scene is well represented at Jay Z's two-day Labor Day weekend fest.
J. Cole headlines on Saturday night, and curator Jay Z closes out the two-day festival on Sunday.
A rising retro-soul singer from Hillaryville, La., who didn't start making smartly restrained music steeped in the Deep South until he went away to college in Bloomington, Ind. Saturday at Boot & Saddle.
Three free waterfront concerts, plus a reunited power-pop band and a "Make America Great Again" protest.
The Atlanta trap rapper born Jordan Carter, a close associate of Philadelphia emcee Lil Uzi Vert, who's featured on his new "Woke Up Like This" single. Tuesday at Theater of Living Arts.
The former Commodores leader and 1980s superstar is a Kennedy Center honoree, and he headlines the Well Fargo Center on Wednesday.
The late Glen Campbell's swan song, plus an Al Green bio, surf-guitar legend, Folk Fest opening night, and a Philly band covering Warren Zevon.
The Boss' run at the Walter Kerr Theatre begins on Oct. 12. Tickets go on sale Aug. 30.
E Street sax man is coming to town in September, and Little Steven will be in Philly in October.
Tummy trouble in South Philly inspired one of Pink Floyd's best-known songs from "The Wall."
Dan DeLuca is an Inquirer pop music critic. But his "In the Mix" column in the Weekend section ventures further afield, into books, movies, TV, the Internet, graphic novels and anything you might call "popular culture."