Here's how to stream the 2017 Made in America FestivalThis weekend's performers include JAY-Z, J. Cole, Solange and more.


Sep 2, 2017

What better way to kiss summer goodbye and celebrate Labor's Day weekend than with live music?

The 2017 edition of Budweiser's Made In America Festival has officially kicked off in Philadelphia, with Saturday's bill of live performers including the likes of J. Cole, Solange, Migos, Vic Mensa, Cardi B, Stormzy, Smino, THEY., A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Rapsody, Sampha and more.

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Sunday will also see a packed line-up, with acts such as Rob $tone, PnB Rock, Kelela, Pusha T, The Chainsmokers, 21 Savage, Run the Jewels, Little Dragon and more all slated to perform prior to JAY-Z's highly anticipated headlining slot rounding out the weekend.

With talent spread across five stages, including one highlighting the hottest emerging acts organized by the event's official streaming partner, TIDAL, there is no shortage of entertainment throughout the weekend's festivities.

For those unable to physically attend the annual event this year, TIDAL has launched a live stream to cater to the folks looking to watch from home.

The event's live streams (below) have been divided up per stage, with performances from the Rocky/Liberty, TIDAL and Freedom stages all available for viewing. Be sure to take a look at the line-up for the 2017 Made In America festival to catch your favorite performers live, courtesy of TIDAL.

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