New Site for MADE 2022.

Mde 2021 Photo: Hannah Metcalfe

The West Midlands’ biggest and best music and arts festival returns on Saturday 30th July for a huge 8th edition with its biggest lineup to date and a new home at Dunstall Park in Wolverhampton. Getting there is easy – just a 16 minute train ride from Birmingham with return shuttle buses ready to go. 2022 sees more stages than ever before and artists already confirmed including AJ Tracey, Eats Everything, Andy C, Pa Salieu, Ms Banks, Bru-C, DJ EZ, Shy FX, Kings Of The Rollers, TQD, Prospa, Jaguar, and many more. As ever, MADE Festival delivers the big names while still supporting the brightest rising talents across UK rap and hip hop, drum & bass, house, disco, jungle, reggae and bass music, and is set to cement its reputation as a highlight of the UK summer festival calendar. MADE remains one of the best value festivals out there with tickets starting at just £50 + b/f. Sign up to pre-sale for tickets at from 6pm on Monday 31st January.

MADE Festival was one of the very few festivals which took place last summer with organisers determined to deliver the festival and celebration that the West Midlands needed. It turned out to be an incredible event with thousands safely enjoying live music again in an electric atmosphere. 2022 will see 20,000 up-for-it party people descend on Dunstall Park to go one better and immerse themselves in a day and night of incredible music, urban arts, creative performance, delicious street food and friendly vibes.

Festival Director Pete Jordan said, “Putting on MADE last year took a titanic effort but it was worth it to see the enjoyment on people’s faces after enduring such a hard time. We’ve moved to a bigger home in Dunstall Park this year so we can step it up again. More space, more bars, more toilets, less queueing and really easy to get to. We want fans to focus on the music, the atmosphere, the incredible lineup we’ve been working so hard to put together, and on enjoying one of the friendliest festivals the UK has to offer.”