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Solange to play Made in America Festival 2013 afterparty at the TLA on Saturday

Made in America: The After Party

Solange to play Made in America Festival 2013 afterparty at the TLA on Saturday

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Singer Solange Knowles performs at ELLE magazine´s second annual Women in Music event, Monday, April 11, 2011, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)
Singer Solange Knowles performs at ELLE magazine's second annual Women in Music event, Monday, April 11, 2011, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello) AP

Solange is playing the TLA on South Street on Saturday.

It's a Made in America-related show. Beyonce's more hipster-friendly little sister is also playing her brother in law's music festival on the Ben Franklin Parkway on Sunday afternoon.

If you're at the MIA fest on Saturday and stop by the Skype Airstream in 'Bud Park' between the Parkway and Pennsylvania Avenue, you can get free tickets to the late light Solange show, whose officially corporate sponsor branded title is Skype Presents Budweiser Made in America: The Official After Party. First come, first served.

That's a picture I snapped of Solange at SXSW earlier this year. The doors at the TLA open at 11, which means Solange shouldn't be going on till sometime after 12, so as to not overlap with the Queen B, who's MIA headlining show is scheduled to end at midnight.

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Made in America 2013

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