MADE Festival has announced its Saturday and Sunday headliners as it celebrates an incredible 10 years as the biggest and best festival of music and arts in the West Midlands. Saturday 3rd August sees the perpetually rising star and multi-platinum selling MC and rapper, Bru-C take over the MADE main stage. Then on Sunday 4th August it’s the turn of one of the most influential artists UK rap has ever seen – BRIT, MOBO and Mercury Prize-winning MC and rapper, Dizzee Rascal. MADE’s 10th celebrations kick off on Friday 2nd August for the 16+ crowds as the massive Super Sonix x MADE Festival collaboration returns – more details to follow. Back in its spiritual home of The Digbeth Triangle, MADE Festival 2024 will bring thousands of festival fans together for the party of the year. Tickets start at £45 from

MADE Festival returned to its original inner-city site of The Digbeth Triangle last year. An up-for-it crowd of 15,000 flocked to the event across the weekend to enjoy proper festival vibes and a hugely talented array of artists performing across multiple genres of electronic music. This year MADE Festival’s loyal crowds are set to party like never before to celebrate 10 years of their favourite festival as it showcases some of the best names in drum & bass, bass, UK rap, garage, house, disco and more, alongside up-and-coming artists and creatives from across the region.

As a 10th year treat, MADE is bringing back two artists who delivered arguably some of the biggest sets the festival has ever seen. Saturday headliner Bru-C promises to deliver a huge set, armed 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 is a proven MADE Festival favourite – packing in the crowds at his last appearance in 2022 – so it was only right to invite him back for the 10th celebrations. This is going to be big!

If it wasn’t big enough, Sunday brings the original, the pioneer of grime, the unmistakable trailblazer, Dizzee Rascal back to the MADE main stage. No one gets a crowd jumping like Dizzee – another guaranteed MADE favourite who tore it up on his last appearance in 2018. Dizzee led the way for generations of UK rap and continues to set the bar. This award-winning artist has scored 5 UK no.1 singles including ‘Dance Wiv Me’, ‘Holiday’ and possibly the biggest festival tune of all time ‘Bonkers’ as well as 5 UK top 10 albums. As relevant as ever, his brand new album ‘Don’t Take It Personal’ crashed into the UK top 30 last week. Dizzee Rascal at MADE Festival’s 10th is going to be unmissable!

MADE Festival knows better than anyone how to make the most of The Digbeth Triangle’s unique mix of outdoor and indoor spaces – this will be the only place to be over the first weekend of August. With more news and announcements to follow, MADE Festival turns 10 and is set to give Birmingham a party to remember.

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