Southern England's biggest and best electronic music festival, Boundary Brighton has issued details regarding the first phase of artists confirmed to appear at the festivals sixth instalment, on Saturday 24th September.
The colossal coastal event, which entices up to twenty thousand music fans each year to dance across its sixty mile site, fitted with no less than four huge stages, will see a gob smacking array of talent giving it their all over one unforgettable day.
Among those due to appear on the festivals supercharged drum n bass stage are prominent names the likes of Hybrid Minds, King of the Rollers, made up of three respected veterans of the scene, Serum, Voltage, and Bladerunner, Bou, Kanine, Skepsis and emerging talent, Harriet Jaxxon.
On the Arch Stage, house music titans Patrick Topping, groove king Dan Shake, DJ Boring, Chris Stussy, ABSOLUTE and Liverpudlian, Lauren Lo Sung, will have attendees moving their bodies from open til close, with other notable phase one acts including AC13, LUUDE, DJ Mag’s ‘one to watch’, Jung Singh, fast-rising garage selector, Oppidan, fellow UKG operator, Interplanetary Criminal, Notion, Sammy Virji and one of London's most promising young DJs, Tailor Jae.
Officially labelled the closing event of the annual festival season, this year's highly anticipated instalment will also boast a smorgasbord of delicious food offerings from local vendors, as well as a vintage fair and numerous other unexpected treats.
Alike its previous five editions, we fully expect Boundary Brighton 2022 to sell out. Tickets are already in extremely high demand. Head to the bottom of the page to secure yours now. Payment plans are available to help spread the cost of entry.
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