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MADE Festival 2017

  • The Digbeth Triangle, Birmingham, United Kingdom
  • 29 July 2017
MADE Festival 2017
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The city's electronic and urban party

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MADE Festival is an electronic and urban music festival in the UK. Taking place in the city's iconic Rainbow Venues and the surrounding area of the Digbeth Triangle, the festival plays host to stars of house, techno, drum & bass, grime, garage and more.

Combining both outdoor and indoor stage setups, MADE strikes the perfect balance between being an open air festival and paying respect to the city's historic love of warehouse and club culture.

The previous editions have seen the lineups go from strength to strength, with appearances from both internationally renowned artists (think Rudimental, Kano, Stormzy, Andy C, MK and Annie Mac) and hometown heroes like Lady Leshurr, Mike Skinner, Chris Lorenzo and Low Steppa.

Lineup

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The Digbeth Triangle, Birmingham's cultural district, is packed with great clubs, cafés and art spaces. It is also the historic centre of Birmingham's club culture, and home to Midland's clubbing institution  The Rainbow Venues which has featured in DJ Mag's 'Best Clubs in the World'.


Address

The Digbeth Triangle, Birmingham, B12 0LD, United Kingdom

FAQs

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).

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