Nine Inch Nails wrapped up the second night of Made in America Festival, an event which was curated by hip-hop mogul Jay-Z. Trent Reznor and his bandmates hit the stage at the festival and performed their songs for fans, who packed the Philadelphia's Benjamin Franklin Parkway on Sunday, September 1.
The band appeared on the stage around 09:30 P.M. During their 90-minute set, Reznor and the gang entertained the crowd with 19 songs that included "Closer", "Head Like a Hole", "Survivalism" and "Burn", in addition to performing new songs from their new album "Hesitation Marks".
They ended their performance with a slow and smoky version of "Hurt". "Thank you very much," Reznor told the crowd. "Glad you can be here and we thank Jay-Z for the invite."
Previously, stars like DJ Calvin Harris, Miguel, Wiz Khalifa and Kendrick Lamar also took the stage at the event. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis made the last hip-hop performance of the second night of the second annual festival. The duo performed "Ten Thousand Hours", "Thrift Shop", and "Same Love" among their other songs.
Nine Ich Nails Performs "Closer":
Nine Ich Nails Performs "Survivalism":
Nine Ich Nails Performs "Hurt":