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Photos From Day 1 Of Budweiser Made In America Fest: Iggy Azalea, #OPRAHFEST, And A Skate Park

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Day 1 of the Budweiser Made In America festival went off mostly without a hitch, as the crowd of about 34,000 was on their best behavior and the marquee acts including Iggy Azalea, Imagine Dragons, and Kendrick Lamar rocked downtown. Crowds were noticeably dressed less outlandishly than those at FYF Fest, but we'd imagine that the hipsters would be too burned out from the lines to follow-up with yet another music festival the week after. Also, when Imagine Dragons is your headliner, you get a more mainstream, somewhat-normcore crowd. But hey, there was a skate park!

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