Brighton plays host to new music festival: Boundary

A shout out to all of you who are caught up in the travesty of wanting to have your cake and eat it. Here’s to those of you who order at a restaurant, but end up ‘sampling’ all of your mates’ food, and to those of you who become existentially torn when your mates decide to split between two clubs of an evening, leaving you with the mortifying decision of whether to go to Revenge or Pryzm…

But have no fear:  I have the answer to your dilemma in the form of a festival, built for your indecisively glorious self. Yay!

Brand new Boundary Festival, which is to be held on Saturday the 17th of September this year, will be as assorted in character and style as the city that will be playing host to it. In fact,the new festival will be living up to it’s name, showcasing an assortment of International DJ’s and styles including: house, dub, techno, drum and bass, breaks and electronica; breaking the boundaries of more mainstream festivals. Of course, to pay homage to the city with arguably some of the best night life in the U.K. Boundary has teamed up with the likes of leading music institutions including: The Arch, Concorde 2, and Patterns, each with their own stage  offering a different sound to keep you entertained all day. 

However, if you want to break away from the ‘club vibes’ for a bit, you can visit the Victorian bandstand, which promises  a “really different flavour” and “a fun line up that will keep you smiling and dancing”.

Of course, no festival  is complete without it’s array of food to keep your energy up. However, Boundary will be keeping it local, ensuring that you get a taste of the local cuisine, and giving any brightonian attendees, a  taste of home comforts.

No matter what sort of music you’re ‘into’, Boundary festival has it all: the eclectic style , the variety of artists , (the food…), and the community feel, reflecting the very essence of Brighton itself.

To register for pre-sale tickets (on sale from Tuesday 26th April), buy tickets here  . Ticket prices start from £22.50.

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