MADE Festival announces phase 2 of 2018 lineup

High Contrast, Chris Lorenzo, Latmun, Max Chapman and the new RAM Records arena are amongst the phase 2 announcements for MADE Festival 2018.

The second wave of artists to feature at the popular one-day MADE Festival, which takes places on July 28th, have been confirmed.

Now in its 5th run, this year will mark the festival’s first time outside of its former Rainbow Arena home as Perry Park takes the reigns. The plot aims to set a new precedent for MADE Festival, the city’s largest music event, as sprawling greenery is fully transformed to create a new sense of space and freedom. The park is also home to the international athletics track, Alexander Stadium, that will be the impressive centre-point of the Commonwealth Games in 2022.

Major acts, old and new, like High Contrast, Latmun and Chris Lorenzo will feature alongside previously announced acts Dizzee Rascal, Andy C, Camelphat and Kurupt FM, amongst others.

Artists will be spread across four diverse arenas; MADE, RAM Records, 02:31, and Portal, offering revelers a smorgasbord of DnB, bassline, tech house, grime, hip hop and garage.

Beyond the music the festival will also be celebrating the city’s rich independent culture; the best local street and visual artists, designers, set builders and award-winning street food vendors will all add to the scale of production which promises to be bigger and better than ever.

View the full line-up details below, or head to the MADE website here for more information.

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An avid appreciator and scholar of music & the arts, working towards an MA Degree in Musicology. Alongside review and interview pieces, Kristian has an eye for extensive feature work too; playing into themes around locality, identity, scenes, and subcultures, and their changing nature in the face of technology and globalisation.


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Kristian Birch-Hurst

An avid appreciator and scholar of music & the arts, working towards an MA Degree in Musicology. Alongside review and interview pieces, Kristian has an eye for extensive feature work too; playing into themes around locality, identity, scenes, and subcultures, and their changing nature in the face of technology and globalisation.