Birmingham’s leading arts, music and cultural festival MADE is back with a stellar line up, bringing the summer to Digbeth’s Triangle.
MADE Festival fuses the fizzing, underground talent with the explosive international acts everyone knows and loves into one trailblazing event. On July 29, emerging stars such as Holy Goof and Marc Spence will be joining huge acts Chase and Status and Gorgon City.
Sub Focus, My Nu Leng and Chris Lorenzo also join the bill alongside grime representatives Dapz on the Map and JayKae. BBC Sound of 2017 nominate Stefflon Don will be with party veteran Charlie Sloth. MADE’s very own veteran Hospitality will return with Dum and Bass monarch High Contrast, helping to make this year’s line up one of the most diverse yet.
Need more bang for your buck? Critically acclaimed Digbeth Dining Club will be satisfying taste buds with over 30 flavourful festival eats. Babmag will be returning to curate an array of captivating street art, what Digbeth is known and loved for.
MADE is an immersive festival experience right on your doorstep, and despite its jam packed line up it still has room to grow. Festival Director Pete Jordan said: Alongside the team at The Rainbow Venues we’ve evolved the festival site. With further expansion, still to be announced, MADE Festival will be an experience unlike any other in the UK this summer.”
Tickets can be purchased on the MADE Festival website.