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Made in America Festival 2014, Philadelphia Lineup Set Times, Road Closures, What to Bring, Transit
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/30/14 5:58 am | updated: 08/30/14 5:58 am
The Made in America Music Festival is back again in Philadelphia for it's third year. This year, festival organizers have decided to host a simultaneous concert in Los Angeles over the Labor Day Weekend. Preparations have been going on all week long to get the site ready for the estimated 80,000 fans expected between Saturday and Sunday. Traffic pattern changes, road closures, and parking restrictions are all ready in place until Tuesday, September 2nd. Gates open at 12:00 P.M. on both days. Saturday will go until midnight and Sunday will go to 11:00pm.

SUNDAY Night Updated Schedule Post-Weather Delay
Rocky Stage
7.45p – 8.25p SPOON
10.45p – 12.00a KINGS OF LEON

Liberty Stage
8.25p – 9.05p GIRL TALK
9.55p – 10.45p TIESTO

Here is the Made in America Festival 2014, Philadelphia Full Schedule, Artists and Set Times

SEE ALSO: Los Angeles Set Times

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Items allowed inside the venue include:
- Factory-sealed plastic water bottles 1 per person up to 1 liter.
- Empty plastic water containers 1 per person up to 64 ounces for re-use at water refill stations.
- Drinking water will be available for purchase and there will be water stations for re-filling bottles.
- One small non-framed backpack or bag subject to search and re-search (all bags will be tagged)
- Blankets and towels
- Umbrellas (small hand-held only)
- Non-professional cameras, flip-cams, camera phones
- Sunscreen, sunglasses, government issued I.D., cash/debit cards/credit cards
(all are encouraged).

Items NOT allowed inside the venue include but are not limited to:
- Weapons and contraband of any kind (regardless of permitting, e.g. Right-to-Carry permits will not be honored and weapons will be confiscated)
- Fireworks or explosives
- Illegal or illicit substances of any kind
- Outside food & beverages (except factory-sealed water bottles)
- Pets (except trained service animals)
- Flyers, handbills, posters, stickers (no solicitation allowed)
- Chairs
- Glass containers
- Skateboards, motorized vehicles or scooters
- Coolers
- Professional recording devices or cameras (no detachable lenses or tripods meant for
commercial use)
- Fluorescent plastic lights (glow sticks)
- Laser pointers
- Items that would obstruct others' view of the stages (kites, flag poles, large signs, etc.)

Road Closures and Traffic Changes:

- The Benjamin Franklin Parkway, beginning at 20th Street extending through Eakins Oval and behind the Philadelphia Museum of Art
- 21st Street between Winter & Spring Garden Streets
- 22nd Street between Winter & Fairmount Streets
- 23rd Street between the Benjamin Franklin Parkway & Fairmount Avenue
- 24th Street between Fairmount & Pennsylvania Avenues
- 25th Street between Fairmount & Pennsylvania Avenues
- Spring Garden Street between 20th & 31st Streets, including the Spring Garden Street tunnel
- Kelly Drive between 23rd Street & Fairmount Avenue
- Martin Luther King Drive between the Falls Bridge & the Benjamin Franklin Parkway
- Pennsylvania Avenue between Hamilton & Fairmount Avenues
- 2000 block of Pennsylvania Avenue between the Whole Foods store & 21st Street (the eastern half of the block from the Whole Foods market to 20th Street will remain open to allow access to the store)
- Park Towne Place between 22nd & 24th Streets
- I-676 Westbound off-ramp at 22nd Street (the I-676 Eastbound off-ramp at 23rd Street will be open

There will also be parking restrictions in the area:

- Pennsylvania Avenue between 22nd Street & Fairmount Avenue (south side of street)
- Winter Street between 20th & 22nd Streets (both sides of street)
- 20th Street between Vine Street & Callowhill Street (east side of street)
- 21st Street between the Benjamin Franklin Parkway & Race Street (both sides of street)
- 22nd Street between Winter & Spring Garden Streets (both sides of street)
- Park Towne Place between 22nd & 24th Streets (both sides of street)

Public Transportation, Transit, and Parking

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SEPTA Bus Routes 7, 32, 33, 38, and 43 will be detoured around the festival area, beginning at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, August 29 through early-morning on Monday, September 2. Specific route detours are posted on the System Status Page at

Extra late-night service also will be available on SEPTA's Regional Rail Lines on Saturday and Sunday Nights departing Center City. Suburban and 30th Street Stations are in closest walking distance to the festival. Special schedules are posted in stations and online at

Festival participants also can use the Broad Street and Market-Frankford Lines. Train service will operate for 24 hours Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights, replacing the usual Nite Owl Bus Service. Trains operate every 20 minutes, between midnight and 5:00 a.m., with additional frequencies before and after those times. Race-Vine and City Hall stations on the Broad Street Line and 15th Street Station on the Market Frankford Line provide easy walking access to the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. Additional information regarding late-night subway service is available at

For more information on SEPTA and NJTransit routes and schedules during Labor Day weekend, visit or call 215-580-7800, and or call 973-275-5555.

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