How was Made in America?? Amazing doesn’t even begin to cover it

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Budweiser Made in America 2015 was INCREDIBLE.  I somehow managed not to get sunburned despite the 80 degree heat.  The event was well organized,  the artists were talented, the food was good and the weekend flew by.  Side note: I think I’m in love with G-Eazy.

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Nick Jonas also put on a great show mixing his own songs in with covers of Bell Biv DeVoe’s Poison and Outkast’s Roses.  There were a ton of guys in the crowd!  Guess no one is immune to his charms.  Speaking of which, he’s definitely been working out and his arms in the white tee had everyone swooning.

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We also really enjoyed Vic Mensa (shoutout to Chi-town), Earl Sweatshirt, Bassnectar and, of course, Queen Bey.

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Crowds were bigger on Day 2 and people were way more into it. Shea Moisture was there doing free hair and makeup so we obviously felt the need to get cornrows. Festival look complete, we checked out some smaller acts by the Skate Stage and wandered around.  I bought a super awesome red sweatshirt to commemorate the weekend 🙂  The last hours were a blur with back to back performances from Future, Big Sean, Banks, J. Cole, Axwell & Ingrosso, and finally The Weeknd.  Already counting down the days until MIA 2016!



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