More acts have been announced for MADE Birmingham headlined by Rudimental, and Stormzy, which returns for a 3rd edition to Birmingham's Digbeth Triangle now as a 3 day event from Friday 29th to Sunday 31st July 2016.
On Friday evening the event turns over to a food and drinks festival in association with Digbeth Dining Club.
Now on Sunday MADE Birmingham will host Hacienda Classical where the tunes once played in Manchester’s legendary Hacienda club will be recreated with a 40-piece orchestra and choir featuring Hacienda Classical, Mike Pickering, Graeme Park, and Manchester Camerata Orchestra, plus Peter Hook and the Light will be performing an electronic New Order set. With street food aplenty and other activities also on offer.
Saturday's line-up of Rudimental DJ, Stormzy, Andy C, Chris Lorenzo, Fred V & Grafix, Low Steppa, Mike Skinner & Murkage present Tonga, Monki, Noisia, Redlight, and S.P.Y are joined by Kano, Dusky, Shy FX, Etherwood, Hott Like Detroit, Hugo Massien, Jaded, Jakkin, Rabbit, Klose1, Krakota, Lady Leshurr, Maduk, Marc Spence, Mark Radford, NVOY, Pete Graham, Skapes, Ten Story, Tom Shorterz, and Tommy Vercetti.
Tickets for Sunday's Hacienda show will go on sale on Friday 22nd April at 10am, and we'll have links here to buy them then.
The early bird offer has ended. Tickets are priced at £39.50 for Saturday.
All food and drink will be provided by local suppliers, with a variety range of choices and a range of beers, spirits and ciders.
This event does not have camping but there are a number of hotels, hostels and guest houses in the area.
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