It's time for round two of the electronic banquet
Two all-day summer parties across Digbeth’s Rainbow Venues, MADE intends to bring ravers nationwide to the heart of Birmingham.
Returning after such a successful 2014, which saw headline sets from Radio 1 darling Annie Mac, electronic legends Chase and Status and young starlets Bondax, the brand, backed by legendary promoters GlobalGathering, will be returning once again for a weekend of musical fine dining.
And as is typical with the Digbeth Triangle, there'll be plenty of creativity around in the form of award-winning street food and exclusive art displays.
Heavy Bass Champions
- Leftfoot DJs 14:00
- Norman Jay MBE 16:30
- Trojan Sound System 18:00
- Nightmares on Wax 20:00
- Leftfoot DJs 22:00
VIP Sunshine Terrace
- MOHO v Holiday DJs 14:00
- Santero (hip-hop set) 21:00
+ Special Guest
Known as the cultural district of the city, Digbeth is bustling with exciting events, club nights, pop-up boutiques, arts exhibitions and cafes that all permeate its host of warehouses.
The Digbeth Triangle, Plough & Harrow Road, Ladywood, Birmingham, B16 8, United Kingdom
BY PLANE: Birmingham Airport is a few kilometres to the south-east of the venue. From the airport, take bus number 900 from the Birmingham Airport Bus Terminal, which leave roughly every 15 minutes, heading towards Birmingham city centre. After approx. 35 minutes, alight on High Street Bordesley (opposite Adderley Street). The venue is on the corner of High Street Bordesley and Adderley Street.
BY TRAIN: Birmingham New Street is the city's main station which most service will arrive into. From the station, bus services run via Digbeth, however, the venue is also walkable, and should take about 20 minutes. Alternatively, a 5 minute taxi would cost roughly £5 (€6.50).
Doors open at 12pm and the event will finish at 12am that night.
You must be at least 18 to attend.
MADE does not have any camping facilities, however, Birmingham itself is full of many hotels and hostels.
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