35 Festival-Goers At Made In America Give Us Their Favorite ‘Made In America’ Items

Spoiler: "Beer" and "Kanye West" were the most common answers.

The Budweiser Made In America festival, which took over Philadelphia and L.A. this weekend, brings together about a gazillion people, each with their own unique taste in music. The phrase “Made In America” can mean a lot of different things, though, so we went around the Philly festival and asked concertgoers: What’s your favorite thing that’s made in America?

Here are their wonderfully diverse, occasionally ridiculous answers.

Plenty Of Food Options
1. “24-hour diners” – Joanna, NY
2. “Chinese food” – Ira, TX
3. “Whataburger” – Reece, TX
4. “Ice cream” – Tiffany, TX
5. “Burgers. Hot American guys.” – Lexi, PA
6. “Soft pretzels” – Ally, PA
7. “Lollipops” – Kumar, CT
8. “Cereal” – Alexa, PA
9. “Hot dogs” – Isabela, PA

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Clothing
10. “Camouflage” – Reece, TX
11. “American Apparel” – May, HI
12. “Your Longchamp bag” – Celine, PA

The Entertainment Industry
13. “Ninja Turtles” – Mike, PA
14. “Chromeo. He f–king rocked my face off. My face was rocked.” – Colby, PA
15. “Beyonce” – Colleen, PA

Life-Changing Writing Utensils
16. “Crayola” – Diana, GA
17. “Ticonderoga pencils” – Gabby, PA

Beer ‘N’ Kanye
18. “Beer” – Zach and Tyler, PA
19. “Kanye West” – Isabella, NY and Elena, Bridget, and Johanna, NJ
20. “Beer. Music festivals.” – Matt, PA
21. “Kanye” – Max, PA
22. “Beer” – Jerry, NJ
23. “Kanye” – Vamsi, NJ
24. “The American flag…that’s probably made in China. Shiner Beer.” – Corbin, TX

Related: True Life: I Shot Kanye West’s Made In America Set From The Photo Pit

The Really Important Things In Life
“Facebook. Social networking.” – Dallas, MD
“Baseball. Democracy.” – Jeff, NJ
“NASA” – Daniel, NY
“Ford cars” – Ashlyn, PA
“Boys” – Kaissa, PA
“The NBA” – Isaac, NY
*pulls a dollar bill out of his pocket* “Money” – Derek, PA
“Me” – Sabreen, PA

And Of Course…
“Labor day weekend” – Gena, NY
“A collaboration of different cultures” – Aalap, NJ
“Freedom” – Krishan, IN

Cheers to that — now what’s YOUR favorite thing that’s made in America? Let us know in the comments!