Celebrated as Birmingham’s largest music event, MADE Festival returns on Saturday 29th July. Armed with the most diverse and exciting line-up to date.
The UK Festival Award nominated event is returning to The Rainbow Venues for its fourth year bringing together a collection of industrial spaces within the Digbeth Triangle for a truly memorable weekend that you need to put on your festival calendar. Capturing its character in a graffiti-tagged line-up announcement back in January, MADE Festival’s mission is to continue celebrating Birmingham’s rich music, art and street culture.
With some of the UK’s biggest names on the bill, MADE Festival is continuing to be one of the biggest festivals in the city, pulling in crowds for a weekend full of non-stop dancing, top DJ sets from the likes of Chase and Status, alongside some up-and-coming names that you won’t want to miss – trust us!
Last night MADE announced its second wave of acts that will be heading to the festival. Joining the existing line-up alongside acts including Chase & Status, Sub Focus, Gorgon City – to name just a few are Radio 1Xtra DJ Charlie Sloth, Dj Target and BBC Sound of 2017 nominee MC Stefflon Don, Camo & Krooked, Cause & Affect, Dan Hills, Danny Byrd, Dapz on the Map, Deetron Dimension, Friction, High Contrast LIVE, Holy Goof, Hype B2B Hazard, Jaykae, Joker, Klose One, Krakota, Levelz, Little Prince, Marc Spence, Marcus Nasty, Nu:Logic, Nvoy, Patrick Nazemi, Santero, Shadow Child, Stefflon Don and Tom Shorterz.