Mixmag X Concorde 2 – Main Stage
Craig David’s TS5
Groove Armada (DJ Set)
Wilkinson (DJ Set)
Jungle (DJ Set)
Gentleman’s Dub Club
LWE X Patterns – Warehouse
Mr Bongo Soundsystem
Elrow X The Arch – Psychedelic Trip
Congo Natty Ft. Congo Dubz & Iron Dread
Toddla T & Serocee
Mr Wilsons’ Second Liners
Bob Kerr & His Whoopee Band
Jem Stone’s Village Disco
DJ competition winner
Busker’s competition winner
Plus special guests: Krafty Kuts b2b A.Skillz
Read more about the programming and sounds you can expect to hear on the four stages.
Mixmag X Concorde 2
Mixmag partner with Concorde 2 to build a stage with a beautiful façade and a personal feel not normally found on a main stage. Expect plenty of hands in the air moments and high levels of production. Headliner Craig David will take centre stage with TS5 at Boundary, playing alongside a broad range of acts that will really push the limits in true Boundary style. Wilkinson will bring the big drum n bass sounds. Plus watch out for the Treatment takeover with Bondax’s infusion of R&B downtempo and Jungle bringing the heat.
LWE X Patterns
One for the underground connoisseur, expect the stage to travel from disco to house, to house to techno and back again (but in no particular order!). Jackmaster will bring a bottomless selection of tracks, whilst you can be sure Joy O will be sat on a range of otherworldly sounds that hybrid bass and techno with his typical style. With the two J’s representing the UK sound, Gerd Janson and Tom Trago bring a continental flavour to the stage. One for the connoisseurs of house and techno set in a stage like no other.
Elrow X The Arch
Expect a full sensual assault when you step into the psychedelic trip stage and that’s before you even realise who’s DJing. Seth Troxler headlines the elrow stage, and will bring his charismatic, hedonistic and unpredictable style, which makes every one of his sets feel like a trip down the rabbit hole. He’ll be joined by the Balearic sounds of Toni Varga and Richy Ahmed; that’ll leave you remembering those summers long since passed and the nights you never wanted to end.
The Boundary Bandstand stage’s programming is an eclectic mashup of styles that nods to reggae, jungle, breaks, turntablism and generally a roots focused, “DIY” mentality. We’ve called on the eccentricity of Bob Kerr and his Whoopee Band, a madcap jazz outfit formed in 1967. They’re as brilliant as they are utterly insane. They are joined by Mr Wilson's Second Liners - A New Orleans band are bubbling over with serotonin infused 90’s rave classics. An anarchic extravaganza, bursting with colour and sound. This stage will also host the winner of the Busker and DJ Competitions. They’ll be joined by bass heavyweights Congo Natty & Toddla T plus Jaguar Skills will bring his mind-bending selection to this unique setting.
About the festival
Taking the best of Brighton’s creative energy, lust for life and generosity of spirit, Boundary Brighton is a festival with four stages of music, a vintage fair, delicious local food, and other magical delights, all nestled between the crest of the Downs and the City, with the sea below. International DJs and live acts will bring together house, dub, bashment, techno, drum’n’bass, breaks, electronica and even a little crazy jazz
We'll be running a local return bus service from Brighton Old Steine Bus Stop to the festival site at Stanmer Park.
Arriving to the festival:
Buses will run continuously from 11am at Brighton Old Steine to the festival.
Buses will be running from the festival site at 20:00 back to Brighton Old Steine. These will be running until the site is clear.
Trains from Falmer Station will not be available to festival goers to return to Brighton after 20:00. The bus is by far the quickest way to leave Stanmer Park.