Made in America: Tickets

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    NEWSLETTERS

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    Hometown singer Jill Scott performs performs on Sunday, September 2, 2012 at Philadelphia's "Made in America" festival on the Parkway.

    You can still get tickets for this weekend's Made in America Festival on the Parkway.

    Tickets pirces range from $75 up to $2,200:

    Single-day tickets start at $75. There is a limited number at that price. Once they sell out, the price goes up another 10 dollars. That whole process gets repeated. The final price for single day jumps to $95, so the obvious incentive is to get you to buy early and save $20.

    $75 Single Day Earlybird 1 -- Saturday

    $75 Single Day Earlybird 1 -- Sunday

    If you want tickets for both days, the same pricing system is at play. You can pay $135 for tickets to performances for Saturday and Sunday right now, or buy later and risk having to pay $175 later in the week.

    $135 2-Day Earlybird 2 Passes

    And if you want more of a high-end experience, there are three options:

    $350 2-Day VIP Pass -- It's still General Admissions seating but gets you into the Festival through the VIP entrance, gives you access to the VIP lounge with food and a cash bar. You get to go home with a "Made in America" T-shirt and laminated, commemorative ticket.

    $899 2-Day Platinum VIP Package -- Better seating, exclusive access to the Dance Tent viewing area and "Platinum-Only" lounge with an open bar and catered meals. Private entry. Limited edition poster. Gift bag and help, whenever you need it, from the VIP on-site Concierge.

    $689 - $2,199 One or 2-Day "Made in America" Travel Package -- Get in on a package deal for two or four people. The price fluctuates depending on what type of seating you want -- General Admission, VIP or Platinum. You stay two nights at the Sonesta Hotel at 18th and Market Street in Center City, Philadelphia. You'll also get that limited edition poster.