Looking ahead to Brighton’s exciting new festival

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Boundary Brighton is a new addition to this summer’s festival lineup and adds to a list of exciting events Brighton has to offer. Taking place on September 17th, there should be enough sun left for everyone to have one last day out before Britain goes back to being cold and miserable.

The festival site is at Stanmer Park, the same place Shakedown was hosted. However, with four stages and some of the most exciting names on the scene at the moment, Boundary feels like a step up from its predecessor. Tickets are available for as little as £37.50, which is a steal considering artists such as Jackmaster and the legendary Craig David are on the bill. Click here to view the full lineup.

Having partnered up with the best venues in Brighton, Boundary promises an exciting group of stages playing all different types of music. London Warehouse Events have teamed up seafront venue Patterns to bring us the LWE x Patterns stage, an exciting collaboration from two organisers that know how to put on a party. Mixmag x C2, Elrow x The Arch and the Boundary Bandstand are the other three stages, the latter being the most exciting of the lot.

The Boundary Bandstand will sit atop a hill, overlooking the festival, bringing a sense of raw intimacy to the day. The stage’s lineup is yet to be announced, but the organisers said the following about the stage:

“This little gem will be punching above its weight, bringing a really different flavour to the festival”

The exciting stages would be nothing if it wasn’t for the exceptional talent booming from the speakers, so it was no surprise when Gentleman’s Dub Club and the legendary Groove Armada had been added to Boundary’s September lineup. Congo Natty and Jaguar Skills are two other names on the bill and lead the way in their respective genres, making the lineup all the more impressive.

With a diverse roster of artists playing over four stages, it seems Boundary Brighton have really pushed the boat out to make September 17th a special day. The organisers had this to say:

“We’ve gone all out and put together a festival that feels boutique and bespoke and coupled it with a ridiculously big line up fit for a much larger stage.”

Big acts, small stages. Boundary Brighton is the perfect end to your festival season. Make sure you get tickets whilst they’re still available!

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