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September 03, 2017

Made in America: Photos of the fashionable from Day 1 of the festival

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MADE IN AMERICA  Day 1 lead photo Brae Howard/For PhillyVoice

Kingsley Ibeneche, 26, from Camden, New Jersey, holds an umbrella while attending Saturday's performances at the Made in America festival on the Ben Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia.

The first day of the Made in America music festival featured acts like Solange, Migos, Sampha, A Boogie wit da Hoodie and more.

It also featured lots of rain, but that did not deter fashion-conscious concert goers from arriving in style to see the artists perform at the annual event on the Ben Franklin Parkway.


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Below are photos of some of those who were dressed to impress.

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Victoria Berry, 24, from Birmingham, Alabama.

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Victor Obiahu, 25, from Center City, Philly.

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Jaheem Garcia, 26, from Boston.

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Kilandra Bass, 25, New York.

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Denzell Ford, 22, from Baltimore, Maryland.

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Celeste Mitchell, from Connecticut.

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Brandon Rooks, 32, from Fairmount in Philly.

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Sierra Faulkner and Tyesha Pinto, 25 and 26, from New Jersey.

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Dzidzor Azaglo, 24, from Boston.

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Kingsley Ibeneche, 26, from Camden, New Jersey.

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Veronica Scott-Miller, 24, from Detroit, Michigan.

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Brittany Russell, 27, from Wisconsin.

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Marcus Branch, 25, from Norristown, Montgomery County.

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Diego Perez, 20, from Massachusetts.

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Bing Quan, 16, from North Philly