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Held in the streets of Digbeth for the last four years, MADE Festival relocates to one of Birmingham’s most famous and impressive green spaces, Perry Park, to mark a new era for the city’s biggest music event.
Perry Park, in Perry Barr, is the home of international athletics track, Alexander Stadium, and will be the centre-point of the Commonwealth Games in 2022. At only around 10 minutes by train from New Street to Perry Barr, or 10 minutes in a taxi, Perry Park maintains MADE Festival’s local roots but gives the opportunity for an even bigger celebration of music and the modern street culture of Birmingham, in a safe and secure environment.
The independent festival, operated by Weird Science Group, promises bigger and more exciting production, combined with some of Birmingham’s best visual and street artists, designers, set builders and award-winning street food vendors.
MADE Festival has consistently proved itself to be Birmingham’s leading festival and its commitment to showcasing boundary pushing music in all its guises has been the cornerstone for each previous event.
Previous performers have included Rudimental, Annie Mac, Stormzy, Chase & Status, Giggs, MK, David Rodigan and Kano, while MADE Festival has championed West Midlands’ finest exports including Goldie, Mike Skinner from The Streets, Hannah Wants, Steve Lawler and Lady Leshurr.