Sunshine, not rain for tens of thousands at Made In America

The music is playing on at the annual Made In America Festival on the Ben Franklin Parkway.

Luckily, there's sunshine and not rain for the close to 50,000 people enjoying two days of music, rides, food and the local flavor.

Sunday's big headliners will be Coldplay and Chance the Rapper.

Saturday night, concert-goers heard the sounds of Rihanna, Little Wayne and Two Chains.

This is the festival's fifth year and it continues to grow.

Festival organizers say security remains tight and there have been no incidents.

However, The Associated Press is reporting police had to clear an outdoor concert stage after more than 1,000 people rushed it, Saturday night.

Fans at Made in America told hip hop artist Jay Electronica was performing when Philadelphia rapper Lil Uzi Vert walked by the stage, attracting attention. They say Electronica then began calling for people to join him on stage.

That caused the performance to be temporarily interrupted when security guards couldn't make the crowd leave, and police arrived. There were no arrests.

Curator Jay Z says more than 70 artists are performing on multiple stages during the two-day Made in America festival, which has become a relatively new Philadelphia Labor Day tradition.