MADE Festival – 29th July, 2017

MADE Festival – 29th July, 2017MADE Festival – 29th July, 2017MADE Festival – 29th July, 2017

A Summer in Birmingham for regular revellers of the iconic Rainbow venue has come to be synonymous with MADE Festival, a musical occasion that brings together the best of what Birmingham’s creative quarter has to offer.

This includes food, streetwear, graffiti culture and a well curated line of House and Urban music. The Digbeth Triangle for MADE weekend is transformed into an unrecognisable space with a vibe that is second to none.

This year pundits are in for a treat!  There is a headline set from the legendary duo Chase & Status, Gorgon City and Sub Focus.  A special reggae set from Wolverhampton boy Goldie and live set by Giggs. There are many other acts contributing to what promises to be a carnival atmosphere in Digbeth for both MADE Festival and the MADE my Night after parties.

Tickets are selling well and we advise you move quickly to make sure you are there – link below.

 

Tickets are available here. 

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