Photography: Made in America Fest – Day Two

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If you camped at the gates of Made in America to get front row for Justin Bieber on Sunday, we don’t blame you and we got you covered. If you missed our day one coverage, be sure to check it out here before we get into day two. What started as a rainy overcast day quickly turned into a wonderful celebration of the closing night of Made in America’s 10 year anniversary. 

Catching shelter from the storm in the morning, we found ourselves among the crowd that was building under the trees surrounding the Liberty stage. Attempting to keep dry, we were excited to see EST Gee. He kicked off day two for an already packed crowd. Feeding off the energy the crowd had during EST Gee, Lil Durk, Moneybagg Yo, and Doja Cat all greeted audiences, excited to be back on stage and debut music they released during the lockdown.

After the morning storm cleared up, we ventured over to the Rocky Stage where we caught Freddie Gibbs after killing a few mimosas before stepping off to let Tinashe come out. Following Tinashe’s perfectly choreographed set, we witnessed what was our most anticipated set of the weekend — Bobby Shmurda. Shmurda hit the stage happier than ever and celebrated the love fans had for him after being away for seven years. Before joining the audience in Bieber’s first festival headlining set, Roddy Ricch treated us with a guest appearance from 42Dugg where they performed his hit track “The Box” twice for good measure to make sure we were amped for Bieber’s set.

We hope you enjoyed this weekend as much as we did. We hope seeing these pictures motivates you to go next year! Let us know who you hope to see perform next year!


Kyle Musser//@godvfwine