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MADE Festival 2021 Confirms Final Lineup


The West Midlands’ biggest and best music and arts festival MADE Festival has confirmed nearly 100% of acts will remain on the lineup for the revised festival date of 18th September at Sandwell Valley Country Park, including all headliners such as The Streets. Also now lining up for the MADE fans are three big new additions, Solardo, Redlight and Problem Central. The 7th edition of the festival is ON and is shaping up to be unmissable!

The team behind the festival have fought long and hard to ensure that this years edition will go ahead this summer and have fought even harder to ensure that almost 100% of the acts originally booked will play the new date.

“This has been a real battle – us against them – but we’ve been determined to deliver the event that the West Midlands deserves. We want to thank all those fans who have continued to support us and have helped to ensure MADE Festival 2021 goes ahead. We urge even more party people to come out and show their love for MADE and the festival scene. It will be worth it – after fighting so hard to make the event happen this year, I can guarantee it’s going to be one hell of a party, so don’t miss it.” Director Pete Jordan

Alongside a massive selection of talent across the event, they have also announced three more hugely popular names to join the lineup; Solardo and Redlight, and Drum & Bass supergroup Problem Central.


Solardo take to the turntables firmly established as one of the biggest UK house music acts. Label owners, producers, DJs – the Mancunian duo have seemed unstoppable in their rise to the top. Now with big new single ‘Power’ just landed, they are back up and running with a mini US tour followed by Reading and Leeds Festivals. Solardo will be at their best by the time they turn it on for the crowds. 

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Redlight is an undeniable talent and a real crowd pleaser with his mix of all things bass. Equally at home delivering underground bangers as he is crossover smashes, Redlight remains in high demand. His list of remixes includes names like Rihanna, Lily Allen, Rudimental, Wiley, Mabel and many more. He cracked the UK national top 5 with ‘Lost In Your Love’ in 2012 and has been a consistent leading name in electronic music ever since. Redlight will be a serious treat.

Problem Central

Finally, MADE Festival couldn’t have picked a better booking to complete its final festival bill. While a new collective by name, the sum of the Problem Central parts is built on the foundation of four D&B mainstays: DJ Majistrate and Logan D and MC’s Eksman and Evil B. This amalgamation of talent is ready to let rip as together we celebrate the trials, tribulations and long-awaited return to live music in the UK.

MADE Festival has grown exponentially year after year and has become one of the most important cultural events in the Midlands and one with genuine national significance. Like many big music events, MADE Festival has faced immense and unwarranted pressure from those in power who want to stop it from going ahead. Many festivals have had to concede defeat and cancel, but with the longstanding support of its fans, artists and a “never-say-die attitude”, the 7th edition of the biggest and best festival in the West Midlands has the green light. With a lineup featuring a host of incredible talent and The Streets‘ biggest ever gig on home turf, MADE Festival 2021 is the comeback event that will be talked about for years to come.

Resale tickets are back on sale now for just £60 + BF from www.made-festival.co.uk


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