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We saw the 4th year of showcasing MADE, which was founded by Weird Science. The sold out one-day festival featured Birmingham’s finest alongside music heavyweights including Giggs, Charlie Sloth, High Contrast and DNB legend Goldie at the Digbeth Triangle in Birmingham.

Not only a festival that highlights the UK’s finest in the Grime, Electro, and the drum and bass world; MADE gave the stage to Birmingham’s most up and coming artists which made the event feel like an eclectic rave. 1883 Magazine caught up with some of the acts performing including Goldie, Birmingham-based rapper Bowzer Boss, Dapz on the Map, Camo and Krooked, and BBC 1Xtra resident DJ Target.

Showcasing talent across 9 stages, revellers were able to interact with local talent, whilst being surrounded with striking graffiti, murals and live art demonstrations, created by the Midlands most talented artists.

During Charlie Sloth’s energetic set the crowd in its thousands were immersed in confetti and bubbles; despite the rain this didn’t dampen the spirits of partygoers.

For tickets for next years event head to www.made-festival.co.uk

Words Jheanelle Feanny @Messy_Village

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