MADE Festival Drops Mammoth 10th Edition Line-up

A diverse range of over 130 artists across drum & bass, bass, UK rap, garage, house, disco, and more are scheduled to perform at the festival’s 2024 showdown.

As it reaches its decade-old milestone as one of the UK’s biggest music spectacles, MADE Festival has announced its full line-up, featuring artists from a plethora of electronic music genres.

Now, bringing all acts together for one almighty birthday party from midday to 11 PM on Saturday, August 3, at The Digbeth Triangle in the heart of Birmingham, MADE’s 10th delivers a mouthwatering line-up for fans of drum & bass, bass, UK rap, garage, house, disco and more.

Patrons can explore the huge, multi-venue inner city 10-stage site to enjoy headline sets from Bru-C, Dizzee Rascal, and Bou, and an array of talent including Ewan McVicar, K Motionz, Holy Goof B2B TS7, Jaguar Skills, Skepsis, A Little Sound, Window Kid, 24hr Garage Girls, 4AM Kru, Serum, La La, General Levy, Issey Cross, DJ Q and many more. Sign-ups and tickets are available on MADE Festival’s official website.

MADE Festival began as a passion project in the creative hub of Digbeth. The intention was to provide a platform for local artists and an opportunity for local businesses. MADE quickly expanded and outgrew Digbeth’s multitude of evolving spaces, moving across the city in 2018 to the greenfield site of Perry Park, where 20,000 festival fans helped put MADE firmly on the national map.

Saturday, August 3, will see the perpetually rising star and multi-platinum-selling MC and rapper Bru-C take over the MADE Stage. With a slew of underground cuts and crossover bangers, including his UK top 15 smash ‘No Excuses’ and Nathan Dawe collab ‘Oh Baby,’ Bru-C drew huge crowds at his last MADE appearance in 2022, securing his invite back to headline the 10th edition. 

BRIT, MOBO and Mercury Prize-winning MC and rapper, Dizzee Rascal, is another MADE favorite, tearing it up on his last appearance in 2018 for the 5th edition of the festival. Dizzee has led the way for generations of UK rap, scoring five UK Top 10 albums and five UK No. 1 singles, including ‘Dance Wiv Me,’ ‘Holiday,’ and possibly the biggest festival tune of all time, ‘Bonkers.’ He remains as relevant as ever, with his new album ‘Don’t Take It Personal’ crashing into the charts this year.

Trailblazing drum & bass star Bou steps up to MADE’s main stage this year and undoubtedly deserves his slot. With one of the biggest tracks of the year, ‘Baddadan’ with Chase & Status, a major label deal, and a slew of massive DJ sets under his belt, Bou can confidently stake a claim as DnB’s next-gen superstar. His big USA/Canada tour will warm him up, just in time to get MADE crowds bouncing.   

Weird Science presents a stage full of drum & bass stars, hosted by Inja, SP:MC, IC3, Carasel, and Comma Dee. Birmingham’s fast-rising star K-Motionz headlines as one of the genre’s most exciting artists, in high demand across the globe. His productions, including ‘Only You,’ ‘High Note,’ and last year’s banger ‘Vino Bandit’ have seen his stock rise even higher.

Serum is one-thirds of Kings Of The Rollers and knows how to get a crowd jumping. He’ll be dropping his summer anthem ‘Spray Tan’ for the MADE massive. DJ and vocalist A Little Sound is also carving her own lane in DnB and going from strength to strength, landing at MADE as part of a packed summer schedule. Drum & bass legends Dillinja and Randall step up for a special MADE 10th Anniversary B2B set, while rising star Kara shows she deserves a Drum & Bass Award for Best Female Producer.

The 02:31 Stage will see another very special B2B, this time between the mighty Holy Goof and TS7. Expect major sonic fireworks. Skepsis will take the stage as well, continuing his rise after slamming into the UK charts with ‘Rave Out’ and ‘Green and Gold.’ This stage is guaranteed to be jumping as DJ Q, Girls Next Door, and Burga Boy all line up for turntable duty.   

Digbeth Dining Club is on hand to ensure a quality selection of delicious food options from local traders; and expect some seriously talented graffiti artists from the region to be at the festival, creating art live throughout the day.

MADE Festival knows better than anyone on how to make the most of The Digbeth Triangle’s unique mix of outdoor and indoor spaces. From midday through to 11 PM, the whole area will be alive with music, arts and the sound of people having a good time. MADE Festival turns 10, and everything is leading up to the celebration of a decade. 

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