MADE Festival's official 2021 aftermovie has recently been revealed to the public, exhibiting just some of the many highlights from last summer's sold-out edition.
The one-minute-and-forty-nine-second video, titled 'A day in the life of MADE Festival', shows festival revellers dancing and going wild in huge numbers, watching the likes of Jess Bays, Wilkinson and Sonny Fodera throwing it down on the lush green grounds of Sandwell valley Country Park.
Get a look at the official 2021 aftermovie below. Can you spot yourself in the crowds?
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Returning in 2022 for its eighth year, what is said to be 'the West Midlands biggest and best music and arts festival' will once again play host to an eye watering selection of music greats. Performing across the festivals numerous stages, hosted by renowned dance brands the likes of Weird Science, Aftadark and Carnival Magnifico, are confirmed superstar acts, AJ Tracey, the London-born rapper who shot to stardom back in 2018 with top 20 single 'Butterflies', Ms Banks, Bru-C, electronic mastermind, Eats Everything, drum n bass buff, Andy C, Deekline, A.M.C, Shy FX, Prospa, Jaguar and many, many more.
Check out the full lineup below...
Establishing a brand new home for this year's instalment - taking place on Saturday 30th July - MADE Festival will commandeer a second West Midlands park, Wolverhampton's Dunstall Park, for yet another outrageous all-day dance gathering.
Tickets for MADE Festival 2022 are now on sale and can be purchased at the bottom of the page. Payment plans are also available to help spread the cost of entry. Scroll down for more...
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