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Dance, food and art at May Day fest in Digbeth

Top headliners Chase & Status, Annie Mac, MK and Netsky and more at the new festival from GlobalGathering Group and The Rainbow Venues.

A UNIQUE combination of world-class dance music, exclusive art and street food is in Birmingham this May bank holiday.

Taking place across Digbeth’s entertainment district, from Friday May 2 to Monday 5, MADE Birmingham is the first major collaboration from GlobalGathering Group and The Rainbow Venues.

Worldwide electronic music brand GlobalGathering Group and the multiple club warehouse Rainbow Venues have joined forces to bring a fresh and exciting new event concept to Birmingham.
Worldwide electronic music brand GlobalGathering Group and the multiple club warehouse Rainbow Venues have joined forces to bring a fresh and exciting new event concept to Birmingham.
 

Featuring headliners Chase & Status, Annie Mac, MK and Netsky alongside some of the UK’s most distinguished club brands including UKF Live, Viva Warriors, Spectrum FACE, Seedy Sonics and 2:31, it aims to bring a diverse range of music back to a city with roots in underground music.

An artwork campaign of photographs from the city will also be featured, as will food from Birmingham’s original street food event, Digbeth Dining Club, the recent winner of the coveted ‘Best Street Food Event’ prize at the National British Street Food Awards.

Day and evening tickets for MADE (Metropolitan Arts & Dance Event), which has events both indoors at Rainbow venues and an outdoor main stage and Ice Cream Soundsystem, are now available.

For more information, the full line-up and tickets, visit the website madebirmingham.com

 

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