SEPTA and NJ Transit trains will run on normal weekend schedules. Routes, schedules: www.septa.org or www.njtransit.org.
Things to bring (or not)
What's allowed: Blankets, towels, backpacks, small umbrellas, one factory-sealed water bottle of up to one liter, empty water containers, nonprofessional cameras.
What's encouraged: Government-issued identification - and a credit card.
What's not allowed: Weapons, fireworks, drugs, outside food, outside drink except for water, pets, chairs, glass containers, skateboards, coolers, professional cameras, glowsticks, laser pointers, and anything that might obstruct someone's view, such as flags or large signs.
Once you're in
The festival will go on rain or shine.
Concertgoers who exit the festival grounds will not be permitted to reenter that day.
The main entrance to the festival is at 22d Street and the Parkway. Two other entrances: at 23d Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, and 24th Street and Martin Luther King Drive at Eakins Oval.
Food vendors include:
Lucky Old Soul Burger Truck
Yum Yum Food Truck
Ben & Jerry's
Lil Baby's Ice Cream
Gigi & Big R Soul Food
Soul Food Truck
Lil Trents Treats
Three charging stations for cellphones and mobile devices will be on site. Water will be offered free at two stations.
Budweiser plans to deliver a live webcast and music stream via YouTube and Pandora. The streams may be accessed via www.youtube.com/BudMadeInAmerica or www.pandora.com/BudMadeInAmerica.
For more information, visit MadeInAmericaFest.com.