Boundary Brighton is still a recent festival addition to the south coast, promising to bring together the best in the city’s creative spirit, lust for life and generosity to Stanmer Park.
The Brighton festival offers up the chance to explore a wide range of sounds from house, dub, bashment, techno, drum and bass, breaks, electronica right up to free spirited Jazz. Providing the varied soundtrack will be a multitude of renown selectors, carefully picked to ensure a feeling of eclecticism is present throughout the course of the festival. The festival is set to feature four individual stages, each under the careful control of Brighton’s top clubs including The Arch, Patterns and Concorde 2.
The Arch stage will be home to a fiesta style party, complete with a soundtrack fit for the Balearic isle while the Patterns stage will be on hand the freshest cuts emerging from the electronic world. The Concorde 2 stage will be the acting main stage, only with a bit of twist separating itself from many main stages you will have experienced before. The final stage, a victorian bandstand perched upon a hill overlooking the festival, will couple picturesque views and an assortment of live music throughout the day.