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The entrance at 22nd and the Parkway
Young and Sick kick off the weekend with their performance on the Liberty Stage.
The Neighborhood frontman Jesse Rutherford participates in a meet-and-greet backstage
with fans before their set.
Cherub performs on the Rocky Stage at Made in America.
Music fan dances to the music.
Skateboarder near the Skate Stage.
Music fans watch Baby Baby's performance on the Skate Stage.
The Neighborhood performs at Made In America 2014..
Big Daddy Kane performs on The Rocky Stage.
J. Cole performs on the Liberty Stage.
Kanye West performs in silhouette on the Rocky Stage to close out the first night.
Fans waiting for Bleachers to perform.
Bleachers performs on Rocky Stage at Made In America 2014.
When music fans were waiting for a show, there were lots of things to keep their interest:
a ride on the swings, a visit to the cause village to support various charities, face painting and lounging in the Budweiser beer gardens.
Beefy music fans enter the festival grounds.
Skateboarder at Skate Board Park.
Fans spell out MIA
Fans participate in Bean Bag Toss at the Wired 96.5 booth.
Music fans listen to Danny Brown as a light rain shower begins.
Danny Brown on the Liberty Stage
Britt Daniel of Spoon performs at Made In America 2014. After his performance the City evacuated the Festival grounds for severe weather heading our way.
After an hour the gates were opened again and fans returned.
The rain still fell, but the music continued with fans taking cover any way they could.
Pharrell Williams performs on Rocky Stage at Made In America 2014.