For festivalgoers, it certainly must seem like it’s always sunny in Philadelphia, because the second day of Made in America was just as picturesque as the first — complete with blue skies, sunshine and a slight breeze — thank goodness.

The lineup included artists on the rise including indie rock band Honduras, the DJ/production trio Disciples and Beyonce’s much buzzed-about protegee, Sophie Beem.

There was some unplanned excitement when former President Bill Clinton was spotted rocking out to Chance the Rapper and celebrating Beyonce’s birthday with Queen Bey herself and Jay Z. Malia Obama also made an appearance at Made in America, wearing a T-shirt that read “Smoking kills.”

The grand finale performance from Coldplay did not disappoint, either. Lead singer Chris Martin announced that their Made in America show was the last stop of their tour and the band gave it everything they had. LED bracelets were given to attendees upon entering the festival grounds that day and lit up the crowd in a sea of blinking colored lights, synced in perfect rhythm to Coldplay’s set.

Were you there? See if you can find yourself in our photo gallery.