MADE Festival releases 2019 aftermovie ahead of 2020 announcement

 MADE Festival releases 2019 aftermovie ahead of 2020 announcement

MADE Festival heads into its 7th year as the West Midlands’ biggest and best electronic music festival and celebration of street culture. The 2020 event takes place on 1st August and ahead of the first major 2020 announcement, MADE Festival has released its official 2019 aftermovie capturing the unique vibe which brought together huge crowds of party people for one of the UK’s most essential summer events.

The aftermovie brings back hazy memories of great friends, good times and killer tunes as it cuts across 6 stages, highlighting massive names like; Chase & Status, Annie Mac, Andy C, and Sub Focus B2B Dimension; up and coming talent such as Ocean Wisdom, Hardy Caprio, Mall Grab and Holy Goof; as well as festival favourites including Lethal Bizzle, Problem Central and My Nu Leng, among others.

After a massive, sold-out event in 2019, MADE Festival gets ready for 2020 and an even bigger and better line up of cutting edge electronic music. The 2019 aftermovie ramps up the excitement for what is sure to be another unmissable festival spectacular this summer.

Pre-sale ticket sign up is now open at www.made-festival.co.uk where those who sign up can also win 4 x VIP tickets to MADE Festival 2020, a pair of Sennheiser headphones, MADE Festival merchandise and a “Weird Science Events Gold Card” – offering the holder entry to all Weird Science events for the next 12 months! 

The aftermovie opens with a warm, vintage analogue effect as it takes in the variety of festival-goers warming up for a serious festival rave with street food, glitter and selfies. The camera takes in the impressive festival site with MADE Main Stage outdoors and a range of giant tents tempting in the cool and the colourful.

Festival friends are having fun and entertainment is everywhere with live graffiti art, funfair and retail stalls. Midway through it’s time to party and the stages go off with jaw-dropping pyrotechnics, co2 cannons, lasers and video fx. The MADE Festival atmosphere is infectious and it’s impossible not to get drawn into the party.

Over the past six years MADE Festival has grown and evolved to cement its position as the West Midland’s biggest and best-loved festival, delivering diverse and forward-thinking line ups while still supporting the brightest rising talents in music and the creative arts from in and around the second city. 2020 is all set to raise the bar once again. 

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Featured image credit: Daisy Denham / MADE Festival