With a tongue-in-cheek ’365 Days Later’ video drop, the West Midlands’s biggest and best electronic music festival and celebration of street culture has confirmed it will return for summer 2021 at impressive new home, Sandwell Valley Country Park. Also confirmed, Birmingham’s favourite son, The Streets will headline in front of his biggest ever home turf crowd. Festival fans can secure a ticket now for just a £5 deposit then pay nothing until 2021…
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SATURDAY 31st JULY 2021 / SANDWELL VALLEY COUNTRY PARK
The West Midlands’s biggest and best electronic music festival and celebration of street culture has announced its return for 2021
with a ‘feature length’ video ‘365 Days Later’. The tongue-in-cheek nod to the zombie classic ’28 Days Later’ also confirms Mike Skinner a.k.a. The Streets as the first headliner, as he heads back to home turf for his biggest ever West Midlands show.
For an embattled festival scene, the confirmed return of MADE Festival is fantastic news. Fans of cutting edge electronic music, urban arts, creative performances, delicious street food and friendly people will be welcomed to its impressive new home, Sandwell Valley Country Park – 660 acres of stunning scenery on the outskirts of the second city –
where they can enjoy perfect festival vibes. MADE Festival is running a special ticket offer to mark its return – secure a ticket for only £5 with nothing more to pay until 2021. www.made-festival.co.uk
MADE Festival is easily the biggest festival in the West Midlands and legions of festival fans will be salivating at the prospect of its return, and hyped up at the news of its first huge headliner, as Birmingham’s favourite son heads back to the region for what is sure to be a memorable live set. Those taking advantage of the ticket offer can expect a typically diverse and forward-thinking mix of drum & bass, house, disco, hip hop and bass music covering huge names and the brightest rising stars.
After a massive sold out show in 2019 MADE Festival was set for a spectacular 2020 before being forced to postpone due to the coronavirus pandemic. The festival organisers would like to thank ticket holders for their support in ensuring MADE Festival will be back even bigger and better for 2021. More announcements to come…