Bad Bunny and Tyler, The Creator to headline Made In America
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Bad Bunny and Tyler, The Creator to headline Made In America

Bad Bunny and Tyler, The Creator have been revealed as the headliners of this year’s Made In America festival.

The festival was founded in 2012 by Jay-Z and has been running every year since apart from 2020 when the pandemic brought it to a halt. In 2021, Doja Cat and Justin Bieber topped the bill, it also featured performances from the likes of Lil Baby, Megan Thee Stallion and Freddie Gibbs.

This year, Bad Bunny and Tyler will also be joined in Philadelphia on September 3rd and 4th by esteemed artists including Pusha T, Lil Uzi Vert and Burna Boy who are set to appear at the Benjamin Franklin Parkway.

Meanwhile, Tyler recently broke Billboard 200 chart record following the vinyl release of Call Me If You Get Lost. Following its release on the format, the album jumped straight back to the top of the Billboard 200 after the launch.

It marked the album’s second week at the top spot after originally landing there in 2021 thanks to streaming alone following its release. Reportedly, Tyler has sold 49,500 physical copies of the album so far via his official web store. These figures translate to the ninth-largest sales week for an album on vinyl since 1991.

See the full line-up for Made In America below.