The Nigerian music industry is not slowing down when it comes to getting their entertainers on the front line. Last month, global concert promoter LiveNation Entertainment & music platform Tidal announced the annual Budweiser Made In America Festival headlined by music icons Jay-Z & J. Cole on September 2 & 3, 2017 in Philadelphia.
Added to that list are some top Nigerian entertainers who have pushed their style of music to the American market including Wizkid, Tiwa Savage and Maleek Berry will also be performing alongside some of America’s biggest musicians. Tiwa in 2016 signed to a management deal with Roc Nation, while the starboy Wizkid signed a multi-million dollar contract with SONY / RCA and Maleek Berry chooses to remain an independent artist who however has received endorsements by the likes of Tidal.
Saturday, September 2, 2017
Sunday, September 3, 2017
Benjamin Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia, PA and for those who are unable to attend, global music and entertainment platform, TIDAL, will livestream the festival on TIDAL.com
TIDAL members can purchase tickets beginning Tuesday, May 2, 2017 at 2:00 pm (ET) at TIDAL.com/MIA. TIDAL is offering a limited time presale where members are eligible to buy one ticket and get one free beginning today.
ONGOING FESTIVAL INFORMATION:
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About Budweiser Made In America Festival Philadelphia
Slated for its sixth year in Philadelphia, the “Budweiser Made in America” Festival will once again attract thousands of visitors and festival-goers to the City of Brotherly Love on Labor Day weekend 2017. After the inaugural two-day music festival in 2012, the event generated at least $10 million in economic impact for the city’s economy. Additionally, the “Budweiser Made in America” Festival benefits United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey with the goal of having a positive impact on the host community. The “Budweiser Made in America” festival will also benefit the ACLU.