PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) -- Made In America concertgoers didn't let the rain dampen the fun this Labor Day weekend in Philadelphia.
The event brought tens of thousands of people out to the Benjamin Franklin Parkway Saturday. Justin Bieber and Doja Cat were some of the big names that took the stage Sunday.
"We're having a great time supporting different artists and really learning about some new artists," said Shaun Bellamy of Harrisburg.
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On Sunday afternoon, Tinashe performed through the gloomy weather as fans were seemingly unfazed.
"I've been at some festivals and you kind of, once you buy the ticket, have to be prepared for anything. I have some ponchos in my bag, my umbrellas," said Cara Turner of Reading.
The festival was different than previous years, with COVID-19 protocols in place as cases surge across the country.
Concertgoers had to show either their vaccine cards or a negative test at the gate.
The City of Philadelphia also mandated masks for unseated outdoor events over 1,000 people. While we haven't seen everyone wearing their masks, many people we spoke with say because of the safety protocols in place to get in they feel safer.
"It's a little nerve-wracking but I like the fact that they make sure everyone is either vaccinated or they had a negative 48-hour test, that relaxes my nerves and anxiety," said Tariah Burton of Harrisburg.
All roadways will reopen prior to morning rush hour on Tuesday, September 7, with traffic patterns returning to normal. Some low-impact parking and travel lane restrictions will remain in place until 11:59 p.m. September 7.