After last year's brief dual-city personality crisis, the Jay Z-curated Budweiser Made in America festival stuck to what they knew best for 2015 (blockading Philly streets, a diverse set of acts, Beyoncé). At the base of the city's famous "Rocky steps," a mix of rap, rock, EDM and R&B artists inspired 140,000 people with tales of survival and staying true to their dreams. Meek Mill, a native of the City of Brotherly Love, talked about rising above his roots and brought out his son to see the throngs, Action Bronson reflected on being a first-generation American, and Future was just humbled to see a sizable chunk of festivalgoers singing along with him. Meanwhile, the concertgoers returned the positive vibes, shouting back lyrics and kicking up a dust storm. Here are the 10 best things we saw.