The biggest dance music festival in the West Midlands is now just a matter of days away, so we take a look at some of the artists that will surely make it another vintage year.
The annual event held at Perry Park boasts some of the biggest names in the industry, as well as a host of up-and-coming talent. Tickets are selling fast, but there is still time to nab one here and catch some of the awesome acts we’ve picked out below.
Radio 1’s DJ Queen is the perfect way to begin this list. She is surely the person to get the party started in Birmingham, and will bring us her usual mix of certified bangers as well as new discoveries.
There’ll be plenty of fun to be had when this legend of Grime takes to the stage. Get your best moves out for crowd pleasing classics like Pow 2011 and Fester Skank.
Formerly known as Artful Dodger, the UK Garage pioneers are sure to send MADE Festival into raptures of nostalgia with their anthems from yesteryear as well as slick new material.
Headlining the North Stage will be, arguably the king of drum and bass, Andy C. Expect the tent to vibrating from Andy’s huge beats and his loyal fans roaring him on.
Chase and Status
The ever-popular duo returns to Birmingham having just released their new album ‘RTRN II JUNGLE’. Amazingly it has been fifteen years since they began recording and performing, but they remain a must-see as they headline the main stage.