Jay Z's acclaimed Made In America festival has wrapped up for another year with impressive sets from the likes of Nick Jonas, Meek Mill, The Struts and Beyonce, who headlined the music event's eclectic line-up.

Hosted at the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia, more than 70,000 ticket-holders flocked to the two-day festival to watch performances personally curated by Jay Z. The event was live-streamed worldwide for free on the hip hop mogul's Tidal service but here are some of the highlights fans at home may have missed...

Jay Z dances to Beyonce while hanging out Nick Jonas

Making for a particularly rare sight, the Big Pimpin rapper was caught on camera going wild to a number of his wife's songs as she headlined the event on 5 September. Jay Z pulled a grey hoodie over his head to appear like a regular member of the audience. However, he gave himself away when he began belting out the words to Bey's hit single 7/11 and her ballad 1+1, which was written about their relationship. Needless to say, Jonas looked slightly uncomfortable as Jay Z fanned out to his own wife.

Nicki Minaj fuels baby rumours once again

Is she or isn't she? The Anaconda rapper is leaving everyone guessing about rumours she is pregnant with Meek Mill's baby and she did nothing to silence the speculation when she joined her boyfriend on stage. As the rapper performed on 5 September, he invited Minaj, 32, to join him for a performance of their romantic collaboration All Eyes On You after which she told the audience: "If you've got love for my baby daddy make some noise."

Nick Jonas thrills the audience with energetic set

Keen to distance himself from his innocent days as a member of The Jonas Brothers, the 24-year-old went full-throttle with his performance at MIA, singing a medley of R&B and hip hop covers, including Outkast's Roses, Bel Biv DeVoe's Poison and The Weeknd's Can't Feel My Face. After the well-received set, Jonas tweeted: "Made in America fest yesterday unbelievable moment hearing everyone sing jealous back to me." Jonas then smoked cigars with Jay Z and hung out with singer Kelly Rowland.

Made in America fest yesterday unbelievable moment hearing everyone sing jealous back to me.

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Modest Mouse hold their own on relatively young line-up

Jay Z did not discriminate when curating the 2015 line-up as 1990s indie band Modest Mouse were given their chance to shine on the Rocky Stage as follow-up to Beyonce's headline set.