MADE Festival is back, with a new home and a huge headliner for 2020
The biggest electronic music festival in the West Midlands has announced a change of scenery for its 2020 edition, along with its largest headliner to date.
MADE Festival has become a Birmingham music institution in just seven years. Selling out Perry Park for the last couple of years with stellar lineups showcasing the biggest names in electronic music, the festival has relocated to Sandwell Valley Country Park – with an improved capacity of 20,000 – for 2020. It’s gonna need it, because they’ve got The Streets back in town for their biggest show since reuniting in 2018.
Following a run of sell-out shows at the O2 Academy across two UK tours, Mike Skinner and co. will be headlining MADE on Saturday 1st August 2020. Joining them on the bill is an eclectic mix of popular electronic music artists, including Artwork, Holy Goof, Jay1, Gorgon City, Horse Meat Disco, and Wilkinson.
For the full first phase lineup, head to made-festival.co.uk.
Tickets start from £45 plus booking fee, and they’re on sale now from this link.
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