MADE Festival tickets are now on sale

 MADE Festival tickets are now on sale

Tickets are now on sale for MADE Festival 2020, the West Midlands’s biggest and best electronic music festival and celebration of street culture. To mark its 7th edition and an increase to 20,000 capacity at its impressive new home, Sandwell Valley Country Park, MADE has launched a massive line up. Mike Skinner a.k.a. The Streets heads back to home turf to headline at his biggest ever West Midlands show alongside 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.

Already announced are Gorgon City, Hybrid Minds, Wilkinson, Stefflon Don, Shy FX, Sonny Fodera, Holy Goof, Horse Meat Disco, Flava D, SASASAS, Jay1 and Artwork, with much more to come. Sandwell Valley Country Park is 660 acres of stunning scenery and ideal for MADE Festival’s mix of cutting edge music, urban arts, creative performances, delicious street food and friendly vibes. It’s just 8 minutes from Birmingham New Street to the nearest station by train with trams and buses conveniently on hand.

Demand is bigger than ever and tickets will sell fast, starting from just £45 +b/f or £70 + b/f for VIP from the official MADE Festival page on SeeTickets.

MADE Festival girl bucket hat

MADE Festival-goers are already planning their outfits to party at Sandwell Valley Country Park on the outskirts of the second city. Travel will be easy and well-catered for leaving an up-for-it crowd of 20,000 to focus on the music and festival fun.

MADE Festival continues to grow as it turns 7. Now easily the biggest festival in the region its status is underlined by the fact that this headline set will be the one and only date for The Streets in the West Midlands this year, adding to the home turf hype as Birmingham’s favourite son returns.

It’s not just The Streets causing added excitement this year. MADE Festival will also offer up an unmissable and eclectic mix of quality house and bass with festival favourites Gorgon City, Australian talent Sonny Fodera, bassline pioneer Holy Goof, disco connoisseurs Horse Meat Disco, cross-genre innovator Flava D and electronic tastemaker Artwork. The line-up for drum & bass fans is nothing short of stellar already with rising stars Hybrid Minds, hitmaker Wilkinson, the original don Shy FX and unstoppable DJ and MC collective SASASAS. Hip hop lovers will be lining up to catch the one and only Stefflon Don as well as Coventry’s rising MC star Jay1.

MADE Festival 2020 tickets are on sale now but after a massive sold out show in 2019 it feels like they won’t be available for long. 2020 marks a new chapter for the West Midlands’s most impressive music festival. Perry Park was commandeered for the Commonwealth Games but Sandwell Valley Country Park is a perfect new home for the best cross-genre electronic music and street culture from the region and further afield. MADE Festival 2020 promises to keep on getting bigger and better.

To check prices or buy tickets, visit the official MADE Festival page on SeeTickets.

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MADE Festival 2020 first line-up poster

To check prices or buy tickets, visit the official MADE Festival page on SeeTickets.

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Daisy Denham / MADE Festival
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