Birmingham’s Big Weekend of Music

Birmingham is getting ready for its biggest weekend of music this year. Across the weekend of 27th and 28th July – Perry Park, is hosting three huge events.


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MADE Festival

Saturday 27th welcomes MADE Festival, the sixth edition of the biggest festival in the West Midlands, bringing the cream of electronic music to Birmingham. The line up includes Chase & Status, Andy C, Annie Mac, TQD, Lethal Bizzle, Sub Focus B2B Dimension (UK festival exclusive) and more.

Along with the electrifying soundtrack, you can tuck into an array of award-winning street food vendors, meet specialist set designers and plenty more art and culture. Make sure to add MADE to your summer festival bucket list.

The final few tickets are available at www.made-festival.co.uk from £49.50 + b/f.


Inner City Live

Sunday 28th sees Perry Park divide into two halves of jam-packed entertainment. Inner City Live is coming to Birmingham to deliver an incredible line up of some of the UK’s best-loved indie legends. Doves return after a 9-year hiatus for their only West Midlands gig. They are supported by ex The Smiths icon, Johnny Marr, Liverpool favourites, The Coral and Birmingham’s own, The Twang. This is an unmissable line up and part of a wonderful all-day festival of live music (1pm – 9.30pm). Add in tasty street food, cocktail bars, funfair ride and more and you’ve got the perfect Sunday. Tickets are still available from just £39.50 + b/f from www.innercitylive.co.uk/birmingham.

LEGENDS IN THE PARK

Meanwhile Legends in The Park brings together the legendary Birmingham clubbing brands of the 90’s and 00’s. The line up includes Miss Moneypenny’s, Flashback, Sundissential vs Polysexual and a main stage themed ‘A Gift from Heaven’. Superstar DJs lining up include Fergie, PUSH (Live), Eddie Halliwell, Jeremy Healy, Lisa Lashes, DJ Hype, Randall and many more.

This huge all-day event (11am – 10pm) will sell out fast, so make sure to get your hands on the final tickets, available from £39.50 + b/f from www.legendsinthepark.com.


The last weekend of July really is a summer spectacular for music events in the West Midlands. Filled with a non-stop festival vibe, the tastiest street food and tons of entertainment. To top it off, the weather looks set to deliver a weekend of sunshine! Birmingham music fans are in for a serious treat.

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