On September 17th, Stanmer Park, Brighton will host the first ever Boundary Festival; an amalgamation of the cities best clubs and some of the brightest mind in the promoting world. After already been treated to a long list of names who will be christening the extravaganza down on the south coast, it has now who will be playing where across the festival’s four stages.
Mixmag and Concorde 2, Brighton’s leading live music venue, will be collaborating as the main stage, bringing all time garage legend Craig David in for one of his hugely in demand TS5 performances. He will be joined by British dance legends Groove Armada, D&B aficionado Wilkinson and Jungle, all of whom will be bringing their DJ show to Boundary. Finally, Bondax, Snakehips, Gentleman’s Dub Club and Submotion Orchestra complete this hefty main stage.
London party people LWE will be teaming up with one of Brighton’s freshest venues, Patterns, to bring a flurry of house and techno that includes Glaswegian selector Jackmaster, Robert Johnson’s Gerd Janson, Dutchman Tom Trago and Joy Orbison.
The Arch, arguably the cities best known club, will be pairing with one of the most exciting club brands of today, Elrow. Headlining this multi-sensual show will be Seth Troxler, not to mention Richy Ahmed, Solardo and Elrow Resident Toni Varga.
Finally, the Boundary Bandstand, complete with a panoramic view of the festival thanks to it’s prestigious vantage point upon a hill, will showcase all things bass, with Congo Natty, Toddla T and Jaguar Skills heading up another great bill.
Tickets for Boundary Brighton are on sale now with the option to pay monthly available.
Words by Josh Plews